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STATE OF NEW YORK 
DEP i\RTl\'IENT OF COXSERV A 'l'ION 
WATER PO\VER AND CONTROL CO
fMISSION 


RECORD OF WELLS 


IN 


KINGS COUNTY, N. Y. 


Exclushre of those published in 
U. S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 44 


Prepared by the United States Geological Sur\'ey 
in cooperation witb the Water Power 
and Control Commission 


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BULLETIN G\V-8 


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1937 




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STATE OF NEW YOIUC 


DEPARTMENT or CONSDVATION 
WATER POWER AND CONTROL COltMISSION 


RECOIIDS OF WELLS 


in 


KINGS COUNTY, N. Y. 


Exclusive of those published in 
U. S. Geologioal Survey Professional Paper 44 


Prepared by the United States Geological Survey 
in cooperation with the Water Power and 
Control Commission 


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BULLETIN GW-3 


ALBANY 


1937 


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Published by the Water Power and Control Commission 


of the State of New York in conjunction with Report on the 


Water Supplies of Long Island, Bulletin GW-2, in complianoe 


with the provisions of Chapter 839 ot the. Laws of 1936 as 


amended. 



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NEW YORK STATE 
WATER POWER AND CONTROL COMMISSION 


COMMISSIONERS 


Lithgow Osborne 
Frederiok Stuart Greene 
John J. Bennett, Jr. 


Conservation Commissioner, Chairman 
Superintendent of Publio Works 
Attorne1-General 


Timotl\1 F. Cohan 


Deputy Conservation ComDdssioner 
Chief Ens1neer, Department 
of Public Works 
Assistant Attorney-General 


John T. Gibbs 
Thomas F. Farrell 


Friend P. Williams 
Secretary 


Bussell Suter 
Exeoutive Engineer 


UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF 
THE INTERIOR 


Harold L. IOkes, Secretary 


GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 


'W. G. Mendenhall, Direotor 
f- R. M. Leggette j Geologist 



Contents 


Introduction. . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . 
Table of well data. . . . . . . . . " , . . . . . . . 
Well logs and descriptive notes . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . 
Index of wella by streets. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Index of wells by owners. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 


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RECORDS OF WELLS IN KINGS COUNTY, N. Y. 


INTRQ1)UCTION 


In 1906 reoords of about 900 wells that had been drilled on Long 
Island were published in U. S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 44, 


''Underground water resources of Long Island., New York, It by A. C. Veatch 


and others. Since that time a large number of wells have been drilled on 


the island, but no systematic attempt has been made to colleot or preserve 


records of all these wells. Since 1932 the U. S. Geological Surve7, in 


cooperation with the New York State Water Power and Control Commission and 


with Nassau and Suffolk Counties, has been carrying on an investigation of 


the ground-water conditions on Long Island. A part of this work has con- 


eisted of the collection and compilation of well records that were in the 


possession of waterworks officials, well-drilling companies, engineers, 


and others. It has of course not been feasible to attompt to obtain 


reoords of all wella that have been drilled since 1906, but an effort has 


been made to collect records of the more signifioant wells. 


By the Laws of 19;6, Chapter 839, the Legislature of the State of New 


York directed the Wate
 Power and Control Commission to report upon the 


water supplies of Long: Island. This was done on February 1, 1937, by 


publication of Bulletip GW..2, "Engineering Report on the Water Supplies of 


Lons Island", by Russetl.l Suter, Executive Engineer, submitted to the Legis- 
lature on February 25,1 1937. During the oourse of this investigation 


records of many wells in Kings and Queens Counties were collected b7 oon- 


sul tants employed by t}1e Water Power and Control Commission. Rather than 


publish these records by themselves as a supplement of Bulletin GW-2, it 
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seemed desirable to co
ine them with atmilar reoorda previous
 oollected 



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by the U. S. Geologica
 Survey. The well records from these two sO'f.11'Ces 
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constitute a large amo
t of valuable data and it has seemed desirable 
I 


to make them readily a
ailable to those interested. The compilation 


includes records of about 1,500 wells, which together with those published 
in Professional Paper 44 give information on about 2,500 wells. 


Many of the wells have been abandoned or destroyed, but their reoords 


nevertheless indicate the conditions to be expected at the particular 


localities where they were dri
led. Although soma of the records are very 


incomplete, they at least give some information as to the conditions to be 


expected. 


The present report includes only the records of wells drilled in 


Kings County (Brooklyn) - about 500 wells. Similar reports covering the 


other three Long Island counties are in preparation. As new wells are 


drilled the records wi1l be collected and compiled and from time to time 


released for consultation by the public. Publication of the new records 


is contemplated when a sufficient number have been compiled. 


The locations of 
ells for which logs are given in this report are 
shown on the map at the end of the report. It has not been possible to 
check in the field the locations of some of the wells. For such wells 


the locations as shown on the map are based either on the address given 


in the record and a 8t
eet map of the county, or on information gi
en by 


the driller, owner, o
 other person. To aid the reader in finding a well 


location, the map is d
vided into rectangles, which at the margins are 


lettered A, B, C, etc., from bottom to top and numbered 1, 2, 3, etc., 


from left to right. These coordinates are given in the heading of each 


well log as the first number and letter in parentheses. The other numbers 



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and letters in the parentheses indicate respeotively the distanoe in Ddlee 
north and west from the southeast corner of the rectangle in which tbe well 
:is located. For example, well K 2, Rubel Ice Corporation, 18th and Cropsey 
Avenues, (1 B, 1.2 N., 0.3 W.), will be fo
 on the map in the rectangle 
first from the left and second from the bottom, 1.2 miles north and 
.
 
mile west of the southeast corner of the rectangle. 
The well-numbering system used in th1s report is in general use by 
other workers on Long Island and has been adopted by the New York State 
Water Power and Control Commission. As a rule a single number has been 
assigned to each pumping plant, which may include several wells. In same 
instances, a separate number has been assigned to each well at one plant 
if the wells have individual pumps. Each number carries the first letter 
of - K l, K 2, etc. ' In general the numbers have been 
assigned in the 0 er in which the records were oollected. The numbers 
therefore have no geographic significance, because they were assigned at 
different times b different workers. A geographic order would of oourse 
be desirable, but this advantage would only be temporary, because wells 
drilled after the publication of this report could not be numbered aocord- 
em without unnecessarily complioating it. Many of the 
wells listed in t e table of well data are not located on the map accompany- 
ing this report b cause this would have 
equired a map so large as to make 
the 


Most of the ell records given in the table of well da.ta were summa... 
of depth, diameter, capacity, etc., colleoted by Angus- 
D. Henderson whi e employed by the New York State Water Power and Control 
Commission or fr records collected by members of the United States 



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Geological Survey. Records of wells that were listed in Professional Paper 
44 are not given in the table of well data unless more recent or more com- 
plete data were obtained. Most of the well logs here given showing the 
thiokness and nature of material penetrated were collected either by mem- 
bers of the Uni tad States Geological Surveyor by J. Homer Sanford. while 
employed by the New York State Wator Power and Control Commission. Man1' 
of the logs were taken from an unpublished report by W. O. Crosby for the 
City of New York, Board of Water Supply, and. a few additional reoords 
collected by him were furnished by Irving B. Crosby. The work of oom- 
piling and preparing the data for publication was done by the United States 
Geological Survey, with the assistance of George H. Clark and Virginia Del 
Vecohio, of the U. S. Works Progress Administration for the City of New 
York. The following members of the United States Geologioal Survey colleot- 
ed or compiled records included in this report: D. G. Thompson, F. G. Wells, 
Kyle Forrest, H. R. Blank, W. H. Monroe, R. M. Leggette, M. L. Brashears, 
and Meta H. Wendels. Most of the determinations of the chloride content of 
well waters given in the table of well data were made by the Mt. Prospeot 
Laboratory of the City of New York, Department of Water Supply, Gas, and 
Electrici ty . Most of the measurements of ground-wator temperature given in 
the table were made by the Un! ted States Geological Survey. Where the alti- 
tude of street level is given it is based on leveling by New York City. 
Acknowledgements are due to the many well-drilling companies, waterworks 
officials, engineers, and well owners, who with few exceptions willing
 
furnished information or made their records available. Without their 00- 
operation this report would not have been possible. 



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Although footnotes have been used to briefly explain some of the data 
given in the table, further explanation seems desirable. 
An industrial plant may have a number of wella on the propert7, eaoh 
of which is designated by a number. These owner's numbers are shown in 
parentheses in the owner column in the table so that two or more wells 
listed under the same K number will not be confused. 
The top of a well may be either above or below the land. surfaoe or 
street level. The depth as given in the table is in terms of street level, 
correction having been made for the distance between street level and the 
top of the well. A well may have originally been drilled considerably 
deeper than the depth at which the screen was finally set. The thickness 
of material penetrated as shown in the log may therefore be considerab
 
greater than the depth of the well listed in the table. The bottom of 
the screen or perforated pipe was considered to be the bottom of the well 
for the purpose of reporting its depth. 
Where two sizes are listed for diameter, the smaller size may be 
either the screen diameter, or the diameter of the smallest casing used. 
Where only one diameter is listed, larger casing may also have been us
. 
Mbst of the pump capacities listed in the table were obtained from 
driller's records. Where two or more wells are grouped together on one 
line in the tab
e, the figures given for pump capacity and yield are the 
combined pump capacities or yields of all the wells listed on that line. 
The yield of a well at the present time may be somewhat less than 
the yield listed in the table. The figures given in the table, are in 
most instances, reports based on pumping tests that were run when the wells 
were first constructed. 



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The figures given in the table for water level doubtless reprosent 
levels somewhat below the true static level in some instances because of 
the effect of nearby pumping wells or previous pumping in the well itself. 
The date of measurement of water level, if known, is given in the paren- 
theses.below the figures for the water level. 
The salinity of water from the wells is indicated by the figures 
given in the table for chloride content. The date on which the water 
s
le was collected is given in parentheses below the figures for chloride. 
In most instances the ground-water temperatures listed in the table 
 
were accurately observed by means of special thermometers submerged in 
insulated containers that had been filled with fresh samples of water 
taken from pumping wells. The date of observation is given in parentheses 
below the figures for temperature. 
Water level, chloride, and temperature data have been obtained period- 
ical
 for many of the wells listed in the table. This additional informa- 
tion may be consulted in the Jamaica Office of the U. S. Geological Survey. 
In the index of wells by owners an attempt has boen made to list the 
wells under the names of former owners as well as the present owners. In 
the index of wells by streets, most of the wells have been listed under at 
least two streets. If a well is near the intersection of two streets it 
will general
 be listed under both streets. 
Copies of this report may be consultod at lnost of the libraries on 
Long Island and in metropolitan New York. 



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PUBt.ICATIONS PERTAINING TO GROUND-WATER CONDITIONS ON LONG ISLAND, N. Y. 


Burr, W. H., Hering, Rudolph, and Freeman, J. R., Report of the CommifJsion 
on additional water supply for the City of New York, 980 pp., 
New York, Martin B. Brown Co., 1904. 


Veatch, A. C., and others, Underground water resources of Long Island, N.Y.: 
U. S. Geol. Survey Prof. Paper 44, 394 pp., 1906. 


Veatch, A. C., Fluctuations of the water level in wells, with special ref- 
erence to Long Island, N. Y.: U. S. Gaol. Survey Water-Supply 
Paper 155, 83 pp., 1906. 


Long Island sources, an additional supply of water for the City of New York. 
City of New York Board of Water Supply, 2 vola., 708 pp., 1912. 
(Commonly known as the report of Walter E. Spear.) 


Fuller, M. L., the geology of Long Island, N. Y.: U. S. Gaol. Survey Prof. 
Paper 82, 231 pp., 1914. 


Laase, W. F., Sub-surface water supply of western Long Island and its util- 
ization: Municipal Engineers Journal, New York, Paper 172, ;8 pp., 
1934. 


Leggette, R. M., Long-time records of ground-water levels on Long Island, 
N. Y.: Am. Geophysical Union Trans., 1936, Part II, pp., 341-344, 
1936. 


Thompson, D. G., and Leggette, R. M., Withdrawal of ground. water on Long 
ISland, N. Y.: New York State Water Power and Control Commdsaion 
Bulletin GW-l, 28 pp., 1936. 


, 


Suter, Russell, Engineering report on the water supplies of Long Island: 
New York State Water Power and Control Commission Bulletin GW-2 
64 pp., 1937. 


Thompson, D. G., Wells, F. G., and Blank, H. R., Recent geologic studies on 
Long Island with respect to ground-water supplies: Econ. Geology, 
vol. 32, pp., 451-470, 1937. 


Leggette, R. M., The mutual interference of artesian wella on Long Island, 
N. Y.: Am. Geophysical Union Trans., 1937, Part II, pp., 490-494, 
1937. 



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46. _ 


WELL LOGS. AND DESCRIPrIVE Na.I'ES 
(Numbers correspond to those used in the preoeding table) 


K 1. (2A, 0.4 S., 3.7 w.). Well 3. Drilled by Layne-New York Co. 
Altitude of street about 5 feet above sea level, Log begins at street 
level. Driller's log. 


Cinder ash . . , . . . . . · 
Sand, fine, white, . . . . .., . . . . 
San.d, brown. . . . . .... . . . . . . . . . 
Clay and boulders. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sa.rld., fine , . . . . . .. . .. . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, water-bearing. , . . . . 
Boulders . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . · 
Gravel a.rld. boulders. . . . . . . , . . . . , . . · 
Gravel, white, water-bearing . . . . , . . . . . . . . 
Rook, hat'd . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . , . . · . 
Clay . . . , . . . , . . . . . . . . .' ..... 


Gravel, white. . . . . . . . . . . 
Rock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 


II . . 


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Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
15 15 
60 75 
80 155 
8 163 
5 168 
25 193 
10 203 
31 234 
40 274 
2 276 
6 282 
10 292 
3 295 
60 '55 
4; 398 
30 428 
48 476 
27 503 
12 515 
10 525 
55 580 


Gravel, white, water-bearing . . . . . . . . . . . · . 
Sand, white, an.d gravel, ooarse. . . . .. . . . . 
Clay, blue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Clay, red. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . 
Gravel, white. . . . . . , . , . . . . . . . , 
Clay . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . , . , . . . 
Sand and gravel. . . . . . . . . . 
Clay, red. . . . " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , 
Bedrock enOJuntered at 678 feet. Total depth 750 feet. 
A sample of material from a depth of 476 to 503 feet in the office of 
Layne-New York Co., consists of coarse quartz sand and small gravel, stained 
and. partly cemented by iron oxide. A few grains of lignite were seen. - 
F. G. Wells. 


Analysis of water sample oollected May 3, 1933. Analyst, W. L. Lamar, 
U. S. Geological SUrvey. 
(Parts per million) 
solids 117 Carbonate (CO
) 
56 Bicarbonate (ROO,) 
7.50 Sulphate (SO
) 
5.8 Chloride (Cl) 
1.9 Nitrate ( N0 3) 
7.9 Total hardness 
2.2 Ignition loss 
Temperature 


Total dissolved 
Silica (8i0 2 ) 
Iron (Fe) 
Calciwn (Ca) 
Magnesium (Mg) 
Sodium (Na) 
Potassium (X) 


o 
29 
12 
5.0 
0.07 
22 
4.6 
620]', 


Well 1 yielded salt water at a depth of 264 feet. Well 2 yielded a 
small supply of fresh water at depth of 520 feet. 



47. 


K 2. Chloride, 6,000 parts per million in 1927; 8,800 parte per 
million in 1932; 7,140 parts per million on August 10,' 1933. 


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K 3. Chloride, 20 parte per million in 1932; 22 parts per million 
in 1936. 


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K 6. Hardness, 300 parts per million. 


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K 7. Chloride, 3,100 parts per million in 1932. 


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K 8. (2 B, 5.2 N., ;.6 W.). Test well. Drilled by Foster Pump Works 
M
 1933. Altitude of street 166 feet above sea level. Log begins 3 feet 
above street level. Record from samples furnished by driller, described by 
F. G. Wells. 


Thiokness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
115 115 
5 120 
25 145 
4 149 
4;.5 192.5 
5 197.5 


No sample . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, brown, m1saceous quartz . . . , . . . . . , 
Sand, brownish, coarse to medium grained, quartz. 
Grains angular, some fragments of schist, much 
biotite and muscovite. . . . . . . . . . " . . 
Sand, medium to fine grained, speckled gray, 
quartz. Grains angular to Bubrounded.. . . . . 
Sand, fine grained, quartz. Grains mostly very 
angular, probably some fragments of schist, 
biotite and muscovite grains abundant. . . . . 
Sand, gray quartz, and biotite and muscovite 
Small pebbles of trap, sandstone, and schist . 
This well near well 2; described on page 169 of U. S. Geologioal Survey 
Professional Paper 44. Chloride, 40 parts per million in 1932; 38 parts per 
million in 1936. 


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K 9. (2 C, 0.5 N., 4.0 W.). Drilled by Edward Phillips Co. Altitude 
of street about 10 feet above sea level. Log begins 6 feet below street 
level. Driller's log. 


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K 9. (Continued). 


Ri ver muck . . . . . . . . . . . . . · . 

ck aIld. saId. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Wood (probably pile), and sand . . . . . . . . 
Sand, salt water . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . 
Sand, fine and blue cl8J . . . . . . . . . · . 
Sand, and ol8J, mixed (hard pan) . , . . . . , · · 
Sand, fine and blue cl8J . . . . . . . . . . , · · 
Clay, blue . . . _ . . . . . . . . , . . . . . · · 
Clay, sand, and she lls . . . .. . . . . . , · 
Sand and gravel, water-bearing . . . . . . . 


48. 


Thiokness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 


35 
7 
16 
7 
13 
; 
14- 
;1 
3 
20 


35 
42 
58 
65 
78 
81 
95 
126 
129 
149 


Pumping test; 


Drawdown: 
Yield: 
Specific capacity: 


80 feet. 
750 gallons a minute. 
9 


Chloride, 1,770 parts per million in 1912-16; 1,590 to 2,410 parts per 
million in 1926; 5,250 to 7,000 parts per million in 193
. 


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K 10. (2 C, o. 7 N., 3.9 w.). 


A sample of the material from a depth of 137 to 161 feet, preserved by 
Layne-New York Co., consists of sand and. small gravel of heterogeneous oom- 
position. 


Analysis of water sample collected May 4, 1933. Analyst, W. L. Lamar, 
u. S. Geological Survey. 


(Parts per million) 


Silica (Si0 2 ) 
Iron (Fe) 
Calcium (Ca) 
Magnesium (Mg) 
Sodium (Na) 
Potassium (K) 


94 
0.57 
402 
218 
1,423 
8.7 


Carbonate (CO ) 
Bicarbonate (
C03) 
Sulphate (SO
) 
Chloride (01) 
Nitrate NO;) 
Total ha.rdiless 
Temperature 


o 
437 
349 
3,050 
17 
1,899 
57"F. 


Chloride, 3,118 parts per million on June 8, 1933; ;,19 4 parts per 
million on August 10, 1933; 3,211 parts per million on August 29, 1933; 
3,243 parts per million on October 30, 1933. 



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K 12. Chloride, 200 parts per million 1932. Hardness, 1,500 parts 
per million in 1935. 



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K 14. Chloride, 7,931 parts per million in 1929; 10,525 parts per 
million in 1930; 10,950 parte per million on September 12, 1936. Hardness, 
2,650 parts per million in 1929; 2,648 parts per million in 1930. 


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K 15. (2 C, 2.0 N., 3.3 W.). Drilled by Edward Phillips Co., Nov- 
ember 1928. Altitude of street about 15 feet above sea level. Log begins 
at about street level. Driller's log. 


Filling . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Mtlck . . . . , . , . . . . . . . 


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Peat and ail t . . . . . . . , . . , . . . , . . 
Sand, clay, and boulders. . , . . . . . , . . . . . 
Sand, clay, and pebbles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, water-bearing . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . 
Sand, fine. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . II . 
Sand and boulders . . . . . , . . . , . . . . . . . 
Sand, gravel, and some clay . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, water-bearing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, gra:y. . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Clay, blue and white (may be deca:yed rock), . . . . 
Hardness, 340 parts per million in 1934. 


Thiokness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
29 29 
9 38 
2 40 
8 48 
5 53 
21 74 
4 78 
3 81 
5 86 
9 95 
13 108 
6 114 



 
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K 16. Hardness, 74 parts per million in 1932. 


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K 18. Chloride, 58 parts per million in 1932. 


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K 20. (2 C, 1.0 N., 2.9 W.). Drilled by Edward Phillips Co., June 
1926. Altitude of street about 52 feet above sea level. Log begins 12 feet 
below street level. Driller's log. 


Sand, gravel, hardpan, and very large boulders 
A mixture of clay, sand, and gravel. . . . . . 
Sand and gravel, coarse (dry). . . . . . . . , 
Sand (water-bearing) . . . . 
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Sand, fine (water-bearing) . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, and some gravel. . . . . . . . . 


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UIlknoWIl . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Finished' with streaks of cl81. . 


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Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
. 
;0 30 
14 44 
14 58 
22 80 
7 87 
10 97 
37 1;4 
2 136 



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K 20. (Continued) 
Chloride, 32 parts per million in 1932; 44 parts per million in 1936. 


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X 22. (2 C, 1.2 N., 2.8 W.). Drilled by 
e-New York Co. in 1927, 
Altitude of street 74 feet above sea level. Log begins at street level. 
Record oollected by J. H. Sanford. 


Excavation . . 
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Sand and boulders, 
Sand and. gravel, . 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 


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11 
75 
5' 


11 
86 
1'9 


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Screen set from 98 feet to 137 feet. 


Chloride, ;0 parts per million in 1932. 


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x 23. (2 C, 1,0 N., 2.5 W.). Well 1. Drilled by Layne
New York Co., 
June 1925. Altitude of street about 73 feet above sea level. Log begins 
16 feet below street level. Driller's log. 


Thiokness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
Clay, red, and. boulders. . . , . . . . . . . . 35 35 
Clay ) sandy, and. boulders. . . . . . . . . . 10 45 
Sand, brown, and boulders, . . . . . . . . . . 55 100 
Sand., brown, and. gravel. . . . . . . . . 52 152 


Well 2. Drilled in 1932. 


Pumping tests: Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: 
Yield: 
Specific capacity: 


Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: 
Yield: 
Specific capacity: 


90 feet. 
120 feet. 
30 feet. 
800 gallons a minute. 
27 


90 feet. 
112 feet. 
22 feet. 
650 gallons a minute. 
30 


Chloride, 5; parts per million on May 4, 1933; 52 parts per million 
on June 8, 1933; 43 parts per million on August 10, 1933. 



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K 28. Chloride, 380 parts per million in 1934; 520 parts per million 
in ,1936. Hardness, 575 parts per million in 1934. 


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K 29. Chloride, 18 parts per million in 1932. 


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K 30. This well was abandoned in 1930. Since June 14, 1935 the well 
has been equipped with an automatic water-stage recorder. 


Lowest water level, in feet below (-) mean sea level 
(from recorder charts) 
Date Water Date Water Date Water 
Level Level Level 
1935 1936 1936 
J'Ui1.e 14 -24.34 
eb. 1 -25.52 0C"t':- 31 -28.16 
July 1 ..24.68 Mar. 1 -25.17 Dec. 1 -27.87 
Aug. 1 -25.36 Apr. 1 -24.86 1937 
Sept. 1 ...25.88 May 1 -24.79 Jan. 1 -27.74 
Oot. 1 ...26.26 June 1 ..25.51 Feb. 1 ...27.29 
Nov. 1 -26.01 J).lly 1 -26.43 Mar . 1 ..26.90 
Dec. 1 ...25.85 Aug. 1 -27.06 Apr. 1 ...26.55 
1936 Sept. 1 ..27.62 May 1 -26.61 
Jan:- 1 -25.81 Oct. 1 -28.04 June 1 ..26.83 
July 1 -27,68 
MOre detailed water level data are available in the Jamaica Office of 
the U. S. Geological Survey. 



 
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K 32. Chlorid$, 48 parts per million in 1932. 


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K 33. (2 C, 2.4 N., 1.9 
). Drilled by Layne.New York Co" 1926-33. 
Altitude of street 14 feet above sea level. Log begins at street level. 
Reoord collected by J. H. Sanford.. 


Soil and sand . . . . 
Sand and. clay . . . . 
Boulders . . . . . . 
Brown sand. . . . . . 


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Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
30 30 
25 55 
14 69 
27 96 


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K 33. (Continued) 


Clay, blue . . . . . . ... . . . . . . . .. . . 
Clay and shell . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Silt and. sand. . . . . . . . , . 
Sand., brown.. . . . . . . . . . . 
Clay, blue . . . . 
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Sand, gray and gravel. . . . . . , . . . . , . . . . 


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Screen set between 75 8nd 94 feet, and 152 and 175 feet. 


52. 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
20 116 
14 130 
15 145 
15 160 
5 165 
11 176 


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K 36. (2 C, 2.3 N., 1.1 W.)". Well 5. Drilled by Layne-New York Co. 
in 1928. Altitude of street 28 feet above sea level. Log begins at street 
level. Record collected by J. H. Sanford. 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 


Sand, clay, and boulders . . . . , .. . . . . . . 28 28 
Sand, ooarse, dry. . . . . . . . . . . 26 54 
Sand, coarse, gray. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 95 
Sand, coarse, yellow . . . . . . . . . . , . . 5 100 
Sand, yellow and gravel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 105 
Clay, blue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 108 


Screen set between 73 and 103 feet. 


K 37. (2 C, 2.9 N., 1.0 W.). Drilled by Sweeney & Gray. Altitude of 
street 25 feet above sea level. Log begins at street level. Record colleo. 
ted by J. H. Sanford. 


Clay, yellow and stones . . . .. . . . . . 
Sand. , gray . . . . . . . . .. . . .. .. . . . 
Sand, fine and mica . . . . . . . . .. . . 
Clay, yellow, quartzite, slate, conglomerate 
pebbles . . . . . . . .. ........, 
Sand, gray and gravel, water-bearing. . . . . . . . 
Clay, blue. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
49 49 
6 55 
8 63 
38 101 
16 117 
13 130 


Chloride, 3,100 parts per million on October 4, 1932; 3,100 parts per 
million in 1934; 2,100 parts per million in 1936. 



53. 


K 41. Chlorido, 41 parts per million in 1936. 


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K 43. (2 C, 0.1 N., 0.1 W.). Drilled by Artesian Well & Equipment 
Co., in 1929. Al ti tude of street 55 feet above sea. level. Log begins at 
street level. Record collected by J. H. Sanford. 


Filled ground . . . . . . , . , . . . . . · · . · · 
Sand., coarse. . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . · · · · 
Sand and. gravel . . . , . . . . . . . . . . · · · · 
Sa.Ild . . . . . .'. , . . , . . . , . . . · . · · · · 
Sand, miscellaneous, sandy clay, some gravel. . . . 
Water. bearing formation . . . . . . . . . . . · · . 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
15 15 
5 20 
5 25 
5 30 
115 145 
20 165 


Screen set between 145 and. 165 feet. 


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K 46. Chloride, 24 parts per million in 1934. Hardness, 210 parts per , 
million in 1934. 


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K 48. Hardness, 630 parts per million in 1934. 



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K 49. (2 C, 3.7 N., 2.1 W.). Drilled by Rust Well Machinery Co. 
Altitude of street about 18 feet above sea level. Log begins at street level. 
Record colleoted by J. H. Sanford. 


Thiokness Depth 
(reat) (feet) 
Sand, loam and boulders . . . . . . . .. . . . . . 50 50 
Clay, blue. . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . 20 70 
Gravel and boulders . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . 30 100 
Clay, blue. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 125 
Quicksand . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . 7 132 
Granite, light gray and black . , , . . 201 333 


Chloride, 1,500 parts per million in 1934; 1,800 parts per million in 
1936. 



54. 


K 50. (2 C, 3.7 N., 2.2 W.). Drilled by Artesian Well & Equipment 
Co., in 1929. Altitude of street about 28 feet above sea level. Log 
begins at street level. Reoord eolleoted .by J. H. Sanford.. 


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Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
38 38 
45 83 
8 91 
66 157 


Un.krlown . . . . It , . . . . . 
Clay. . . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine. .. . . . . . . . . . . 
Clay. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Rook. . . . . . . . . . . . . 


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K 52. Chloride, 500 parts per million in 1936. 


K 53. Owner reports a layer of heavy blue clay Just above water- 
bearing :formation. Well i8 reported to flow when not pumping. 


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K 54. Hardness, 360 parts per million in 1934. 


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K 55. Chloride, 61 parts per million in 1936. 


K 56. There is one diffusion well on this property. 


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K 59. Hardnes8, 460 parts per million. When a near-by subway was 
constructed it is reported that the water level in an old 40-foot well 
dropped below the suction lift. 


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K 62. When a subway about two blocks away was conetruoted, it is 
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K 64. (2 C, 2.3 N., 1.7 W.). Altitude of street about 10 feet above 
sea level. Loge begin at about street level. Records furnished by New York 
City, Department of Water Supply, Gas, and Electricity. 


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K 64. 


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Drilled 1916. 
178 feet. 
330 gallons a minute. 


Well 1. 


Depth: 
Yield: 


Well 3. 


Drilled 1917. 
165 feet. 
375 gallons a minute. 


Depth: 
Yield: 


Well 4. 


Drilled 1897. 


Depth: 
Yield: 


160 feet. 
370 gallons a minute 


Well 2. 


Drilled 1929. 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
Filling . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 7 
Clay, white . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . 25 32 
Hardpan . . . . . . . . eo .. . . . . . . . . . 7 39 
Sand, water-bearing . . , . . . ., 20 59 
Boulders. . . .. . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . 4 63 
Hardpan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 75 
Sand, fine. . . . . . . . . . 5 80 
Sand., coarse. . . . . " .. . . . . . . 5 85 
Sand, fine. . f . . , . . . . . . . . 10 95 
Clay , blue. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 100 
Sand, clay, and shells. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 109 
Sand, gray . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 120 
Sand, coarse. . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . 15 135 
Sand , coarse, yellow. . . . . . . . .. . . . , 33 168 
Capaci ty: 350 gallons a minute. 
Well 5. Drilled 1926. 
Filling . . . . . . . . . .. . 4 . . . . . . . . . 5 5 
Clay, yellow, sandy, and. boulders . . . . . . . . 7 12 
Clay, blue. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 35 


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K 64. (Continued) 
Well 5. (Continued) 


Hardpan . . . 
Sand, brown . . . . 
Clay, blue . , . 
Sand, muddy, and gravel . . 
Cla" blue . . . . . . 
Sand, fine, muddy, gray . . . . . 
Sand, yellow . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, red, water-bearing , . 
Sand and gravel, water-bearing 


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Capaci ty: 300 tSallons a minute. 


Well 6. Drilled 1920, 


Sand and loam 
Clay, white . 
Hardpan .. 
Sand and gravel . . . . . 
Sand and clay . . 
Clay, blue 
Sand, water-bearing 
Sand and gravel . . 
Sand and gravel . . 


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Capacity; 375 gallons 
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Well 7. Drilled 1931. 


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Thickness 
(feet) 
9 
24 
12 
10 
10 
35 
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6 
21 


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21 
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43 
20 
14 
11 
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Depth 
(feet) 
44 
68 
80 
90 
100 
135 
138 
144 
165 


20 
41 
62 
77 
120 
140 
154 
165 
174 


Filling . . . . . . . . 12 12 
Sand and clay . . 3 15 
Clay . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 35 
Hardpan . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 48 
Sand and gravel . . . 
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Sand and clay . 13 65 
Sand and atones , . . . . 5 70 
Sand and gravel, water-bearing . . . . 8 78 
Sand and clay, fine .' . , . . 12 90 
Muck . . , . . 16 106 
Sand . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 114 
Sand, brown . . . . . . . . 6 120 
Sand, fine . . . 12 132 
Sand, yellow . . 18 150. 
Sand and gravel " 13 163 
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x 68. Hardness, 3, 725 parts per million in 1934. 



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K 75. Chloride, 1,110 parte per million in 1934; 5,500 parte per 
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K 76. Chloride, 60 parts per million in 1934. Hardness, 380 parts 
per million in 1934. 


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K 80. Chloride, 60 parts per million in 1936. 


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K 83. Two unsuccessful test wells were drilled on this property to 
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K 86. "Chloride, 30 parts per million in 1936. 


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K 89. Chloride, 10 parts per million in 1934; 33 parts per million 
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K 94. Chloride, 104 parts per million in 1934. 


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K 95. Chloride, 78 parts per million in 1934; 73 parts pe
million 
in 1936. Hardness, 310 parts per million in 1934. 


K 96. (2 C, 1.3 N., 1.9W.) Drilled by Miller in 1931. Altitude 
of street 57 feet above sea level. Log begins at street level. Reoord 
collected by J. H. Sanford. 


Sand, fine . . . . . . . . 
Sand, light . . . . . 
Sand and gravel, coarse 
Gravel . . . . . . . . . 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
9 9 
3 12 
8 20 
5 25 


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K ,96. 


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Sand'and gravel. . 
Sand, coarse 
Sand ..... 
Sand. and gravel . . 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
. . . . . . . . . . 5 30 
. . . . 5 35 
. . . . 10 45 
. . . . . . . . . . 29 74 


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K 101. Chloride, 54 parts per million on September 12, 1936. 


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K 105. Well 1 ends in bedrock. Chloride, 61 parts per million in 
1928. Hardness, 12.5 parts per million in 1928. 


Well 2. Chloride, 71 parts per million in 1928. Hardness, 21 parts 
per million in 1928. 


Well 3. Hardness, 21 parts per million in 1928. 


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K 110. (20, 2.2N., 4.0 W.). Well 1. Drilled by Miller in 1929. 
Altitude of street 72 feet above sea level. Log begins at street level. 
Record collected by J. H. Sanford. 


Excavation to basement floor . . . 
Sand, gravel, and rook . . . . . 
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Sand., very fine - water-bearing . . 
Sand, coarse, some gravel, water-bearing 
No reoord. . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Bedrock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 


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Thiokness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
30 30 
50 80 
30 110 
26 136 
24 1'60 


Well 1, Chloride, 10,500 parts per million in 1936. 



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K 113. Hardness, 4,100 parts per million. 


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K 117. Wells 3 and 4, chloride, 305 parts per million in 1933. 
There are two diffusion wells on t
is property, ;6 to 10 inches in diameter, 
about 100 feet deep, with about 25 'feet of screen. 



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K 118. (2 C, 1.4 N., 3.5W.). Drilled by P. J. Healey. Altitude of 
street 37 feet above sea level. Log begins at street level. Record.oollec- 
ted by J. H Sanford. 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
Loam and fill . . . . . . . . 5 5 
Sand, clay,. and fill . . . . . 6 11 
Sand, brick fill . . . . , 4 15 
Sand, medium, very little clay . . 10 25 
Sand, madi um . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 40 
Sand, medium fine, little clay 5 45 
Sand, fine, very little clay . . . . 5 50 
Sand, fine . . . . . . . . . . 50 100 


Screen set between 80.100 feet. 


Chloride, 410 parts per million in July 1936; 300 parts per million 
in September 1936. 


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K 124. Chloride, 62 parts per million in 19}4j 64 parts per million 
in July 1936; 
5 parts per million in September 1936. 


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K 129. When nearby subway was constructed in 1931 water level is 
reported to have dropped. 


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K 131. (2 C, 0.9N., 1.5 W.). Well 2. Drilled by C, W. Lauman & Co. 
in 1936. Altitude of street 54 feet above sea level. Log begins at street 
lovel. Record collected by J. H. Sanford. 


Thickness 
(feet) 


Depth 
(feet) 


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12 
19 


12 
31 


Excavation . . . . 
Lo
 and boulders 


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K 131. (Cohtiriued). 


Thickness Depth 
(fect) (feet) 
Sand, coarse, gravel and boulders . 5 36 
Sand, medium coarse, brown . . . . . . .. .41 77 
Sand, fine, lumpy . . . . . . . . . 2 79 
Sand, ooarse, brown . . . . . .. . .. . ;6 115 
Sand, medium fine, brown . . . 30 145 
Sand, coarse . . . . . .. . . .. . 2 147 
Sand, fine, green . . . . . 5 152 
No rec'ord . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160 312 


Soreen set from 115 to 147 feet. 


There is one 8-inch diffusion well on this property. 


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K 132. Chloride, 56 parts per million in 1934; 54 parts par ndllion 
in 1936.. 


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K 136. Composite sample from wells 1 and 2: Chloride, ;2 parts per 
million in 1934; 33 parts per million in 19;6. Well; is used as a diffu- 
sion well, 



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K 137. Chloride,;4 parts per million in 1934; 42 parts per million 
in 1936. Two 01d servico wells are used as diffusion wells. 


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K 1;8. Chloride, 14 parts per million in 1934; 13 parts per million 
in 1936. 


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K 141. Chloride, 28 parts per million in 1934; 30.parts per million 
in 1936. 


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K 142. Chloride, 63 parts per million in July 19;6; 69 parts per 
million in September 1936. 


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K 143. Hardness, 220 parts per million in 1934. 



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K 146. Chloride, 136 parts per million in 1934. 90 parts per million 
in 1936. 


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K 155. (2 B, 5.4 N., ;.; W.). Altitude of street about 150 feet 
above sea level. Log begins at street level. Rocord furnished by City of 
New York, Department of Water Supply', Gas, and Electrioi ty . 


Fill . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Boulders and. clay . . 
Boulders and gravel 
Sand and gravel 
Sand, fine . . . . . . . . . 
Sand and coarse gravel . 
Sand. and gravel . . . . 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
5 5 
40 45 
15 60 
. . . . 100 160 
. . . . 12 172-" 
25 197 
. . . . . 5 202 


Screen: 
Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 


15.8 feet of No. 25 slot Johnson Everdur. 
157 feet. 
177 feet at 300 gallons a minute. 


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K 159. Chlorido, 10,910 parts per million in 1936. 


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K 160. Composite sample from K 160 and K 161: Chloride, 5,557 parts 
per million on September 23, 1933. 


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K 161. There are three wells in this group. They are connected to the 
four wells listed in K 160 by a 16.inch suction line. 


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K 164. There are seven wells in thfs group all connected by a 16-inoh 
suction line. Chloride, 5,266 parts per million on September 23, 1933. 


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K 165. (1 B, 4.9 N., 0.7 W.). Drilled by C. W. Lauman & Co. Altitude 
of street 15 feet above sea level. Log begins at street level. Record 
collected by J. R. Sanford. 


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K 165. (Continued). 


Excavation . . . 
Pit. . . . . . . 
Sand and loam. . . . . . . . 
Sand, brown and clay 
Clay, brown . . . . 
Boulders and brown clay 
Sand, coarse, and graV'el . . 


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Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
5 5 
4 .9 
25 ;4 
5 39 
6 45 
14 59 
34 93 


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Soreen set from 70 to 88 feet. 


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K 170. There are two welle in this group. 


K 17l
 'Chloride, 103 parts per million in 1936. 


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K 174. (2
, 1.8 N., 2.8 W.). Altitude of street about 25 feet. above 
sea level. Log besins 10 feet below street level. Reoord furnished by City 
of New York, Department of Water Supply, Gas, and Electricity. 


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Thickness 
(feot) 
80 
15 
5 


Depth 
(feet) . 
80 
95 
100 


Sand, fine, black, dirty 
Sand, fine, clean. . 
Sand, coarse, clean 


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Screen. 
Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 


15.5 feet of No. 25 slot Johnson Everdur. 
20 feet. 
35 feet at 150 gallons a minute. 


Chloride, 22 parts per million in 1934. 


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K 178. Chloride, 13,400 parts per million in 1936. 


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K 182. (2 C, 2.7 N., 1.0 W.). Well 1. Altitude of stroet about 20 
feet above sea level. Log begins at street level. Driller's log. 


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K 182. (Continued). 


No record. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, water bearing . . . . . . . . . . 
Clay ar1d sa.t1d. ... . . . . . . . . . . . 
Gravel and coarse sand. . .. .... 
Sand, coarse 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
54 54 
10 64 
4 68 
19 87 
7 94 


K 183. Chloride, 10,950 parts per million in 19;4; 11,000 parts per 
million in 1936. Hardness, 4,350 parts per million in 19
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K 188. Chloride, 5,250 parts per million in 1934; 4,650 parte per 
million in 1936. (Not certain whether these analyses were made on samples 
from Well 1 or Well 2.) 


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K 191. (3 B, 5.6 
., 3.7 W.) Drilled by Carter in 1933. Altitude 
of street 36 feet above sea level. Log begins at street level. Record 
colleoted by J. H. Sanford.. 


Excavation . 
Pi t . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine . . . 
Gravel, hard . . 
Sand. and. fine gravel . . . 


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Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
8 8 
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34 54 
4 58 
10 68 
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K.199. Chloride, 18 parts per million in 1934; 18 parts par million 
in 1936. 


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K 201. (2B, 2.4 N., 0.7 W.) Altitude of street about 17 feet above 
sea level. Log begins 8 feet be
ow street level. Record furnished by City 
of New York, Department of Water I Supply, Gas, and Eleotricity. 


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K 201. (Continued). 


ThiCkn
3S Depth 
(foot) (feet) 
Sand, coarse, brown . . . . . . . . 29 29 
Sand, brown . . . . . . . " . . . . 21 50 
Sand, coarse, brown . . . . . . 25 75 


Screen: 
Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 


15.5 feet of No. 20 slot Johnson Everdur. 
12.5 feet. 
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K 204. Chloride, 7,350 parts per million in 1934. 


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K 205. There are 18 wells, in this group. Chloride, 7,350 parts per 
million in 1934. Hardness, 2,775 parts per million in 1934. 


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K 207, K 208, K 209. W at
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K 210. (2 A, 0.3 S., 2.2'W.). Well 1. Drilled by C. W. Lauman & Co., 
June 1935. A1 ti tude of street about 10 feot above sea level. Log begins at 
street level. Driller's log. 


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Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
4 4 
4 8 
22 30 
8 38 
16 54 
30 84 
28 112 
11 12; 
5 128 
22.4 150.4 


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Fill . . . . . . . . . · . · · · · · 
Sand, fine, gray with 20 geroent gray clay 
Sand, fine , gray, and mica . . . . 
Sand, medium ooarse, brown 
Sand, medium coarse, light brown . . . 
Sand, very fine, light brC)wn 
Sand, coarse, gray, and $mall gravel . 
Sand, coarse, gray, dirty . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, gray, and. small gravel - cleaner 
th8.Il above. . . . . . . . . . . . · · · · · · · 


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Screen: 


21.1 feet of lO-inch Johnson Everdur sot 
fr
m 124.7 feet to 146.4 feot. 
3.4 fe$t. 
500 ga11
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20.8 fett. 
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Static water level: 
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K 210. (Continued). 


There are two diffusion wells on this property, 8 inches in diameter, 
60 feet deep. Well 2 is also u
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K 211 to K 228. Water reJorted to ba very salty, used for salt wator 
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K 229. Chloride, 3,500 parts per million in 1934; 3,050 parts per 
million in 1936. Hardness, 1,615 parts per million in 1934. 


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K 232. There are three we 3..18 in this group. 


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K 233. There are four wel
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K 237. This well was a test hole. Supply well never constructed. 


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K 244. (I B, :3.5 N., 0.5 W.). Drilled by C. W. Lauman & Co., May 
1934. Altitude of street about 67 feet aboTe sea level. Log begins about 
3 feet below street level. Driller's log. 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
Boulders . . . . . . . 51 51 
Clay and boulders 32 83 
Sand. . . . . . . . . 5.5 88.5 
Sand, coarse . . . . " . . . . . . . . 15.5 104 
Sand . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . 14 118 
Sand, coarse. brown . . . . . . . . . 13 131 


Screent 


15 feet of 8-inch No. 25 slot Johnson Everdur 
set from 112 to 127 feet. 


Static water level: 
Yield: 


79 feet. 
295 gallons a minute with l6
foot drawdown. 


Hardness, 393 parts per m!llion. 



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K 245. (1 B, 4.1 N., 0.0 W.). Drilled by C. W. Lauman & Co., *Y 
1934. Altitude of'street about 
30 feet , above sea level. Log beSins 
about 3 feet below street level., Driller's log, 


Clay, sandy, mixed with sma
l stones and boulders. 
Cla, with large boulders . . . . . .. ... . 
Clay, sandy with small flat stones . . . , . 
Sand and gravel . . . . . . . . . 
Clay and small stones, and flmall boulders . . 
Sand and gra.vel . ,. . . . . . . . . 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
3 3 
35 3B 
7 45 
42 87 
9 96 
24 120 
54 174 


Fill . . . . . . . . . . . I. . . . . 


static water level, 
Yield I 


138 feet. 
270 gallons a minute with 24 foot drawdown, 


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K 246. There is one diffusion well on this property, 30 to 18 inohes 
in diameter, 45 feet deep. 


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K 247. Salt water reported. Hardness, 274 parts per million, 
Specif"lc capacity, 15 ga.llons a minute per foot of drawdown. There is one 
diffusion well on this property. 



 
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K 248. Chloride, 2,150 parts per million in 1936. 


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K 249. (2 C, 1.8 N., 1.4 W.). Drilled by C. W. Lauman & Co., April 
to June 1935. Altitude of street about 40 feet above sea level. Log begins 
about 4 feet below .street level. Driller's log. 


Concrete . . . . . . . . . 
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LoA.Dl, ooarse sand. and bouldars . . 
Sand, coarse, brown . . . 41, . . . 
Sand and grave 1, ooarse, brown' . . 
Sand, coarse, brown . . 


Thiokness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
.3 .3 
. . . . . 6.7 7 
67 74 
17 91 
10.3 101.3 


Static water level: 
Screen: 
Yie ld : 


'7.5 feet. 

5 feet of lO-inch Johnson Everdur No. 25 slot. 
255 gallons a minute with ll-foot drawdown. 
31 5 sallons a minute with 14-foot drawdown
 
291.parts per m1l
10n in 1934. 


Hardness, 



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K 251. (1 B, 4.5 N., 0.4 W:.). Drilled by C. W. Lauman & Co., MarCh 
24 to May 17, 19;4
 Altitude of' street about 110 feet above sea level. 
Log begins about 12 feet below stt;reet level. Driller's log. 


Concrete . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Loam and boulders . . . . 
Clay, brown, sandy and lar
 stones 
Sand, coarse, fine gravel, 'and brown cl
 
Gravel, boulders, some 0183 
Sand, fine, brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Cl
, brown, sandy . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, brown, boulde
s and fine gravel. . 
Sand, coarse, gravel, large stones 
Sand, fine, brown, clay, 8.11l large stones 
Sand, medium coarse . . . . . . . . . . . . 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
.3 .; 
19.7 20 
40 60 
9 69 
4 73 
8 81 
38 119. 
5 124 
11 135 
5 140 
25.3 165.; 


Screen: 20 
eet of lO-inoh No. 25 slot, Johnson. 
Bottom of screen at 161.8 feet. Seal 
$t 140.3 feet. 
Static water level: 104 
'eet. 
Yield: 320 
allons a minute with 32-foot drawdown. 
350 
allons a minute with 34-foot drawdown. 
Hardness, 154 parts per m1
lion in 1934. 



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K 252. (2 C, 0.2 N. , 3.5 W.). Drilled by Artesian Well & Equipment 
Co. in April 1936. Altitude of street about 63 feet above sea level. Log 
begins at street level. Record collected by J. H. Sanford. 


Sand, medium, and boulders . . . . . . . . . 
Boulders, small stones, muddy sand and clay . . . 
Boulders, hard clay, strealqs of hardpan 
Sand, some gravel, muddy sand and. boulders . 
Boulders and sand . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, some gravel, boulders . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand and gravel, coarse, .. 'water-bearing 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
30 ;0 
9 ;9 
49 88 
6 94 
13 107 
3 110 
21 1;1 


There 1s one diffusion well on this property, ;6 to 8 inches in diam- 
eter, 121 feet deep. Diffusion well is located about 90 feet from service 
well. 



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I 
K 254. (2 C, 1.5 N., O.3W.,). Drilled by Artesian Well & Equipment 
Co. in 1935. Altitude of street about 53 feet above sea level. Log begins 
at street level. Record collected by J. Ii. Sanford. 


Sand, fine and boulders - aom.e gravel , 
Sand, medium, and some gravel . . . . · 
Sand and gravel, coarse - 'fta,ter-bearing · · 
Sa.nd . . . . . . . . . . . . · .. · · · · 


Thiokness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
;6 36 
21 57 
;0 87 
. . 13 100 


There is one diffusion well on this property, 36 inches in diameter, 
52 feet deep. 


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K 256. Hardness, 325 part$ per million in 1934. SpecifiO oap acit 1, 
28 gallons a JJ11nute per foot of drawdown. 


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K 257. There is one 75-foc:>t diffusion well on this property. 


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K 258. Chloride, 1,650 parts per million in July 1936; 1,550 parts 
per million in September 1936. (It is not known whether these .determinations 
were made on samples of water from well 1, 2, or ;.) The figures given for 
chloride and temperature in the table of wall data pertain to a sample of 
water obtained from well 3. 


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K 259. (2 C, 1.6 N., ; . 4 W.). Drilled by Harper in 1934. Al ti tude 
of street 40 feet above sea level. Log begins at street level. Reoord 
colleoted by J. H. Sanford. 


Exc a vat ion . . . . . . . . . . . . · · · · · . 
Boulders scattered through sand and gravel 
Sard, tine . . . . . . . . . . . · . · · · · . 
Sand, medium - water enoountered at depth 57 feet. 
Sand and gravel, medium coarse . 
Sand, ooarse, and gravel . 
Sand, coarse . . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine . . . . . 
Sand. , fine, and clay . 


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Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
12 12 
30 42 
11 53 
8 61 
12 73 
15 88 
15 103 
10 113 


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There is one diffusion welll on this property, 6 inches in diameter, and 
70 feet deep. This well is in
equate and an additional well is contemplated. 



69. 


K 260. Thero is one operating diff.usion well on thi,B property, 36 
inches in diameter, 66 feet deeR. This diffusion well is about 400 feet 
from the service well. Previously a similar diffusion well, about 30 feet 
from the servioe well, had been used but was abandoned bOloause the temper- 
ature of the water from the supply well rose to about 8oo:
. 


K 261. Chloride, 1,300 parts per million in July 1936. 


K 263. Hardness, 636 parts per million in 1934. 


K 266. Chloride, 1,910 parts per million in 1931; 5,520 partsri:,per. ,..-.,,'" .'>.. 
million in 1934; 4, '700 parts per million in 1936. (It is not knCl\f1'P"'wethar'" '. 
these determinations were made on samples of water from well 1 or 2.) 
There ia an old well on this property whioh haa been used as a diffusion 
well since about 1928. 


K 269, Hardness, 257 parts per million in 1934. Sp'eoifio ca.paci ty, 
19.5 gallons a minute per foot of drawdown. 


(2 e, 1.5 N., 1.2 W.). la-inch gravel-pack diffusion well. Drilled by 
e. W. LaUD18.Il Be Co., in 1934. Al ti tude of street about 60 feet above sea 
level. Log begins about 7 feet below street level. 


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rhiokness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
6 6 
2 8 
2 10 
10 20 
15 35 
1.5 36.5 
2.5 39 


Fill and loam . . . . . . 
Sand and large gravel. 
Sand. and small boulders 
Sand, coarse, brown, and gravel 
Sand, ooarse, brown . . . . . 
e lay . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, brown . . . . . . . . . 


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Screen: Slotted pipe, 10 inches in diameter, with 1/4 inch openings 
set from 16.5 feet to 39 feet. 


K 271. There is one diffusion well on this property, .30 inohes in 
diameter, 80 feet deep. 



70. 


Ie 272. (2 C, 1.5 N., 3.3 w.). Drilled by Artesian lieil '& Equipment 
Co., in 1936. Al ti tude' of street about ;4 feet above sea level. Log begins 
at street level. Record oollected by J. H. Sanford. 


Clay and boulders . . . . 
Sand, 018\Y and boulders . . . 
Sand, fine and. medium . . 
Chloride, 66 parts per million in 1936. There is on;) diffusion well 
on this property, 30 to 8 inches in diameter, 70 feet de

. 


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rhickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
23 23 
24 47 
42 89 


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K 275 . Salt wa tor reported. 


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K 276. There is one diffusion well on this property, 36 inches in 
diameter, 89 feet deep. Temperature of water from sarvicle well reportod to 
be 63
. Temperature of water entering diffusion well ra:ported to be 
between 76 and 95Of. 



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K 277. (2 C, 1.5 N., 3.3 W.). Drilled by Harper in 1934. Altitude 
of street about 37 feet above sea levol. Log begins at street level. 
Record collected by J. H. Sanford. 


Exoavation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... . . 


Boulders, sand, and gravel . . . . . . . . . . . . 


Sa.Il.d., fine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, medium. - water encountered at depth 60 feet. 
Gravel and boulders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, medium ooarso - water-bearing, cont.aining 
some gra.vel . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, and gravel . . . . . 
Sand, coarse . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, very fine, blue in color . 
Sand with blue clay . . . . . 
Clay, blue . . . . . . . . . . 
Schist . . . . . . . . . . . . 


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'l'hickneas Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
15 15 
35 50 
3 53 
10 6; 
7 70 
9 79 
14 93 
'12 105' 
18 123 
11 1;4- 
6 140 
6 146 


There is one diffusion well on this property, 36 to 8 inches in diam- 
eter, 65 feet deep. 



71. 


K 279. Rep6rted water level below floor: 33 feet i]l 1933; 39 feet 
in 1934; 49 feet in 1936. 



 
 
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K 285. (2 B, 3. 5 N., 4.1 W.). Drilled by C. w. Lauman & Co., June 
1935. AI ti tude of street about 63 feet above S0a level. Lot begins at 
street level. Driller's log. 


Basement . . . . . . . . . II . 
Sand, brown, and gravel. 
Data missing . . . . . . 
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, . .. 


10 
45 
72.4 


Depth 
(feet) 
10 
55 
127.4 



I'hicknesa 
(feet) 


....,,,., 


Screen: 
Drawdown: 


26.4 feet of Johnson Everdur set at bottom. 
23 feet. 


There ia one diffusion well on this property, 36 inches in diameter, 
60 feet deep. 


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. K 290. Speoific capacity, 46 gallons a minute per foot of drawdown, 
There is one diffusion well on this property, ;6 inohes in diameter, 55 feet 
deep. 


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K 295. Specific capacity, 16 gallons 8L minute per foot of drawdown, 
21 feet at Cook screen set at bottom. There is one diffusion well on this 
property, 10 inches in diameter, and about 60 feet deep. 


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K 296. There is one diffusion well on this property, 36 inches in 
diameter, 60 feet deep. 



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K 298. (2 B, 4.6 N., 2.2 We). Drilled by C. W. Lauman & Co., spring 
of 1936. Al ti tude of street about 50 feet a.bove sea level. Log bf3gins at 
street level. Driller's log. 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (teet) 
Sand , coarse, and gravel . . . . . . , . . 58 58 
Sand , fine with soma gravel. . , . I> . . . , . 9 67 
Sand, sharp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 74 
Sand , fine . . . . . . . . t . . . . 14.2 88.2 


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"(2, 


K 298. (Continued). 


Static water level: 
Screen: 


64.5 feet. 
9 feet of Johnson Everdur 
ri th bottom at 
88.2 feet. 


There is one diffusion well on this property, 30 to 12 inches in diam- 
eter, about 80 feet deep. 


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K 299. There are three diffusion wells on this proJ;lerty; No. 1 1s 
12 inohes in diameter, 142 feet deep; No. 2 is 36 inchesl in diameter, 
92 feet deep; No. :3 is 36 inches in diamoter, 87 feet detep. 


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K 300. (2 B, 4.0 N., 1.0 W.). Drilled by C. W. Lauman & Co., August 
1935. Al t1 tude of street. about 30 feet above soa level. Log begins about 
7 feet below street. Driller's log. 


Sand, very coarse. 
Sand, fine, clean. 


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50 
14.3 


Depth 
(feet) 
50 
64.3 


Thickness 
(feet) 


Sore en: 12 feet of No. 25 slot 6-1nch Johnson Everdur 
with bottom at 63.6 feet. 
Specific capaoity: 13.3 gallons a minute per foot of drawdoWI'l. 


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K 301. There is one diffusion well on this propertJ r , 36 to 12 inches 
in diameter, 97 feet deep. 


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K 303. (2 B, 3.7 N., 0.5 W.). Drilled by Layne-Ne\r York Co. in 1935. 
Al ti tude of street about 14 feet above sea level. Log "begins at street 
level. Record collected by J. H. Sanford. 


Topsoil. . . . . . . 
Sand and gravel. . . . . . . 
Clay, sandy. . . . . . , . 
Sand, coarse, yellow . . . . . 
No record. . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, brown. . 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
1 1 
3 4 
4 8 
12 20 
8 28 
30 58 


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73. 


K 30;. (Continued). 


Sand, fine brown . . . . 
Clay, sandy. . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, brown. . 



I'hioknesa Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
46 104 
. . 2 106 
12 118 


Screen set between 64 and 104 feet. 


There is one diffusion well on this property, ;6 to 24 inohes in diam- 
eter, 118 feet deep. 


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K 304. There is one diffusion well on this property, 36 to 14 inches 
in diameter, 92 feet deep. 


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K 308. (1 B, 3.1 N., 0.6 W.). Drilled by C. W. Lauman & Co., spring 
of 1936. Al t1 tude of street about 76 feet above sea lev'el. Log begins 6 
feet below street level. Driller's log. 


Clay, fine sand, and boulders. . . . · 
Sand, clean, coarse, and fine gravel . 
Sand, very coarse. . . . . . . . . . . 
S8.I1d .. . . . . . . . . . . . · . · 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
76 7-6 
29 105 
. . . 26 131 
9.5 140.5 


Screen: 
Capac i ty : 


26.; feet of Johnson Everdur set at bot.tom. 
550 gallons a minute with 20-foot drawdown. 


There is one diffusion well on this property 12 to 6 inches in diam- 
eter, 122 feet deep. Well is gravel packed. 


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K ;09. There is one diffusion well on this propert
,., 36 to 8 inches 
in diameter, 77 feet deep. 


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K 311. There is one diffusion well-on this proper
f, 30 inches in 
diameter, 50 feet deep. 



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K 316. (1 B, 3.1 N., 1.1 VI.). Drilled by C. VI. Lauman & Co., in 
1936. Al ti tude of street 65 feet above soa level. Log begins at street 
level. Record collected by J. H. Sanford. 


Cl
 and boulders . . . . . . . . . 
Clay, ooarse sand, and large stones . . . . 


Thickness 
(feet) 
70 
54 


Depth 
(teet') 
10 
124 


Screen set between 115 to 120 teet. 


There is one diffusion well on this property, 36 inc:hes in diameter, 
about 35 feet deep. 


K 318. (2 A, 0.6 S., 3.5 W.). Drilled by C. W. Lauman & Co., In 
1936. Altitude of street 7 feet above sea level. Log 'begins at street 
level. Reoord oolleoted by J. H. Sanford. 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
Pit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 8 
Sand, muddy . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 14 
Sand, muddy, fine, gray . . . . . 6 20 
Sand, medium, brown . . . . . . . . . . 19 '9 
Sand, medium co
se, brown. . . . 62 101 
Sand , coarse, brown . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 135 


Screen set between 115 and 135 feet. 


There is one diffusion well on this property, 36 to 12 inohes in 
diameter, 106 feet deep. 


K 319. (1 B, 2.6 N., 1.3 VI.). Drilled by Artesian Well & Equipment 
Co., in 1936. Altitude of street 80 feet above sea leve:l. Log begins at 
street level. Record colleoted by J. H. S&1ford. 


Thiokness Depth 
(teet) (feet) 
Clay , hard, and boulders. . . . . . 119 119 
Sand, fine, and. clay. . . . . . . . 3 122 
Sand, fine. . . . . . . . . 9 131 
Sand, very fine, and clay . . . . 4 135 
Sand, medium. . . . . . . . . 27 162 


There is one diffusion well on this property, 36 to 10 inohes in 
diameter, 116 feet deep. 



75. 


K 320. (2 0, 1.5 N., 3.4 W.). Drilled by J. L. Harper in 1936. 
Altitude of street 38 feet above sea level. Log begins at stroet level. 
Record collected by J. H. Sanford. 


Excavation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Boulders, sand, and gravel . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine - water enoountered at depth 44 feet. . 
Sand, medium . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, with much gravel . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, and gravel . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Gravel and quicksand; quioksand heaved 5 feet into 
pipe. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . 
Sand, coarse, some gravel. . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, medium, and gravel . . . . . . . . . . 
Qaickaand, fino; quicksand heaved 12 feet into 
p1pe. Streak of blue clay encountered at depth 


103 feet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 


ClaJ, blue, very sticky. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Clay, blue, some sand. Oyster shells encountered 
at depth 109 feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
01 81, blue, containing particles of shells . . . . 
. Micaschist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 


Thiokness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
14 14 
29 43 
15 58 
20 78 
6 84 
4 88 
5 93 
4 97 
2 99 
2 101 
:3 104 
2 106 
4 110 
3 113 
1 u4 


There is one diffusion well on this property, 36 inc
hes in diameter, 
63 feet deep. 


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Ie 323. (2B, 5.6 N., 1.9 W.). Drilled by C. W. Lauman & Co., in 
1936. Altitude of street about 85 feet ab10ve sea level" Log begins 
at street level. Reoord colleoted by J. H. Sanford. 




ickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
8 8 
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. . . . . . . . 26 60 
. . . . 20 80 
. . . . . . . 6 86 
14 100 
. . . . . . . . 22 122 
. . . . 17 139 


Co llar . . . . . . . . . . . 
Fill . . . . . . . . . . . 
Clay, brown, and boulders. . 
Gravel and boulders. . . . . 
Sand, ooarse and gravel. 
Sand, fine, dirty. . . . 
Sand, coarse . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine and gravel. . . 
Sand, coarse and. gravel. . 


Screen set between 121 and 131 feet. 


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K 323. ( Continued) . 


Speoific oapao1 ty, 10 gallons a minute per toot of clrawdown. There 
1s one diffusion well on this property, 30 inohes in di.
ter, about 60 teet 
deep. 


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K 325. There is one diffusion well on this propert:" 16 inches in 
diameter, about 60 feet deep. 



 
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K 326. 'Specific capacity, 32 gallons a m1nut
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root of drawdown. 
There is one diffusion well on this property, about 36 :inohes in di&D:t8ter, 
about 50 feet deep. 


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K 327. There is one diffusion well on this propert
r, about 36 inches 
in diameter, about 50 feet deep. 


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K 328. (2 B, 1. 4 N., 4. 2 W.). Drilled by C. W. Lauman & Co., in 
1936. Altitude of street 30 feet above sea'level. Log begins at street 
level. Record. collected by J. H. Sanford. 


Cellar . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, clean. 
Sand, fine, brown. . . 


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Thickness 
(teet) 
8 
101 
3 


Depth 
(feet) 
8 
109 
112 


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Specific capacity, 20 gallons a minute per foot of lirawdown. There is 
one diffusion well on this property, about 36 inches in diameter, about 
50 feet deep. 


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K 329. There is one diffusion well on this propert;y, about 36 inches 
in diameter, about 90 feet deep. 


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K 331. (2 C, 2.8 N., 2.1 W.). Drilled by C. W. La'wman & Co., in 
1936. Altitude of street 40 feet above sea level. tog begins at s
reet 
level. Record colleoted by J. H. Sanford. 


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Ce llar . . . . . . . 
Clay and boulders. . . 
Sand, medium ooarse. . . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse and gravel. . 
Sand, fine, mioa . . 
Sand, mad i um ooarse. . . 
Sand, medium fine. . . . . . . . . . 
Soreen set between 94 and 110 fe
t. 
I 
Specifio oapaoi ty, 23 gallons a 
nute per foot ot d.rawdown. There is 
one diffusion well on this property,1 about 36 inohes in diameter and about 
50 feet deep. i 
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K 335. (2 C, 0.1 N., 0.0 W.). :t illed by C. W. La

 & Co., in 
1936. Altitude of street 45 feet ab ve sea level. Log begins at street 
level. Reoord oollected by J. H. S ord. 
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Screen set between 89 and 104 feft. 
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Speoific capacity, 23 gallons a 
nute per foot of drawdown. There is 
.one diffusion well on this property, 130 inches in diameter, 60 feet deep. 
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Thickness 
(feet) 


10 
24 
35 
11 
3 
5 
22 


ThiOkness 
(reet) 


Pi t . . . . . . . . . . . . 


4 
4 
15 
2 
3 
30 
46 


Loam and fill. . . . . . . 
Sand, gravel, and boulders . 
Gravel, ooarse . . . 
Sand, ooarse, clean. . 
Sand, medium coarse. 
Sand, fine . . . . . 


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Depth 
(teet) 


10 
34 
69 
80 
83 
88 
110 


Depth 
(feet) 


4 
8 
23 
25 
28 
58 
104 


K 34 0 . (2C ., 1.9 N., :3 ; 8 VI.) Dtilled by C. VI. Lauman & Co., in 
1936. Alti tude of street about 66 r,et above sea level. Log begins 10 feet 
below street level. Driller's log. i 
I 
I 
I 


Thickness 
(feet) 


Concrete '. . . . . . . . 
Sand. and boulders. . . . 
Sand. and. small stones. . . 
Sand and stones. . . . . 


.5 
4.5 
10 
5 


(Continued on n,xt page) 


Depth 
(feet) 


.5 
5 
15 
20 



K 340. 


(Continued) . 


78. 


I 
I 
I 
Sand, fine and large stones. . .!. . 
Sand and large stones. . . . . . I. . 
Sand, coarse) and pebbles. . . . I . 
Sand, coarse, and. boulders . . . I . · 
Sand and large boulders. . . . . . . . . . 
Boulders, large, with very 11ttlt sand . . 
Rooks, small, and stones, with sime sand . . . . 
Stones, large. . . . . . . . . . I. · · · 
Stones, small, and sand. . . . . I. . . . 
Stones and sand. . . . . . . I. . 
Sand and large stones. .. . I . 
Sand, coarse . . . . . . I . 
I 
I 
Screen: lO-inch diameter, 19.2 f,et long No. 30 slot Johnson Everdur 
I 
I 
Diffusion well. Drilled by C. W ( Lauman do Co., in 19.36. Diameter, 12 
inohes. Driller's log. 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
3.5 23.5 
5.5 29 
2 31 
5.5 36.5 
4.5 41 
2.5 43.5 
;.5 47 
2 49 
1.5 50.5 
6 56.5 
51.2 107.7 
20.5 128.2 


'Thickness 
(feet) 


4.5 
6.5 
5 
2.5 
2 
4.5 
3 
2 
8.5 


Depth 
(feet) 


4.5 
11 
16 
18.5 
20.5 
25 
28 
30 
38.5 


Boulders, large, and fine sand . . . . . . 
Boulders, large, stone, and ooar$e sand. 
I 
Stones, large, and sand. . . . . . I . . · . . · · 
SBJld. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse . . . . .' . I 
Sand, ooarse, and stones. .: I: · 
Sand . . . . . . . . . . . I. · · · . · 
Sand, gravel, and stones. . . . ,. . 
Sand, ooarse, very few stones. . I. 
I 
Boul
ers at 38.5 feet. I 
I 
Screen: 20.8 feet, 12 inches inldiameter. 1/4 inch slots set from 
17.7 to 38.5 feet. I 
- - - - - - - - - 
 - - - - - - -'- - - - - - - - 
I 
K 341. There is one diffusion WJll on this property, 10 inohes in 
diameter. 1 
I 
- - - - - - - - - i - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 
K ;42. Water reported to be ver
 salty. Used for 8.9.1t water ba.ths. 
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 
 - - - - - - - - - -' - - - - - - 


K ;44. Salt water reported. 



79. 


K 345. (2C, 0.8 N., 4.0 W.). Drilled by Sweeney & Gr
 in 1936. 
Log begins at street level. Record collected. by J. H. Banford. 




hiokness 
(feet) 


Depth 
(feet) 


Sand, stones, and boulders . . 
Sand, fine . . . . . . . . 
Hardpan and stones . , . . 
Sand and atones. . . . . . .. ... 
Sand and heavy gravel - water-berring. . . . . . 
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1- - - - - - - - - 
I 
I 
K 347. There is one diffusion wbll on this propertJr, 30 to 8 inches 
in diameter, 75 feet deep. 1 
1 
I 
- - - .. - ... - - - 1- - - .. - - - - - - - 
 .... - - .. .. .. - - 
K 371. Iron, 2 parts per m111iO
 in 1928. 


· 4 


28 
97 
5 
5 
11 


28 
125 
130 
135 
146 


- - - - - - - - - 1- - - - - - - - - - - - - 
K 426. (2 C, 2.9 N., 1.3 W.). 
rilled by Weber in 1910. 
street, 38 feet above sea level. Lo
 begins at street lovel. 
collected by J. H. Sanford. I 


Al tl tude of 
Record. 


No record. . . . . . 
Water formation. 
Clay, blue . . . 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
86 86 
16 102 
38 140 


Screen set at 102 feet. 


K 450. Braokish water reported. 
first drilled. 


Driller reporta wE
ll flowed when 


! 
I 
I 
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I 
K 458. (2 C, 3.3 N., 2.6 W.). 
 rl11ed by Sweeney 8: Gray in 1911. 
Altitude of street 5 feet above sea evel. Log begins at street level. 
Reoord collected by J. H. Sanford. 
I 
I 
I 
.1 . · 


1
hickness 
(feet) 


Depth 
(feet) 


Sand - water. bearing . . 
Clay and sand. . . . . . . . 
Clay, red. . 
 . . . . . 
?ranite, boulders, and clay. . 


80 
40 
4 
36 


80 
120 
124 
160 


(Continued on n xt page) 



- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -1- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 
K 459. (2 C, 0.9 N., 2.8 w.). IDrilled by Sweeney & Gr
 in 1936. 
Altitude of street 15 feet above se
 level. Log begins at str
et level. 
Record collected by J. H. Sanford. 1 
I 
I 
I 
Dug well · · · · · . · · · · · t l · · · · 
Sand, gray and. stones, large bo lders. 
Sand, brown, and boulders. .. ... 
Sand, ooarse, brown. . . . . . . . . . 
No reoord.. . . . . . . . . . . 


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -1- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 
I 
K 461. (20, ,.8 N., 1.3 w.). 
rilled by I. H. For
 in 1915. 
Altitude of street 33 feet above se. level. Log begins at street level. 
Record collected by J. H. Sanford. I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
Filled ground. . . . . . . . . j . . 
Cl
, blue, with boulders. . . 
 . 
Sand and small boulders with wa
er 
Clay, blue . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . 
Clay, light gray . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . 
Sand, not water-bearing. . . . , . . . . . , . . 
Clay" blue · · . · · . · · · ' 1 ' · . · · · · · 
Clay, light greenish, passing i to dark greenish 
Sand and clay, yellow and dark- olored . . . . . 
. Rock - mica schist . , . , .. ......,. 
- - - -... - - - - - -.. -!- -.. - - - -... - -... - - -.. -..... 


K 458. (Continued). 


Clay sea.m.a . 
Rock . . . 


Thiokness 
(feet) 
18 


Thickness 
(feet) 


8 
48 
25 
11 
42 


Screen set from 113 to 128 feet 


Thiokness 
(feet) 


5 
11 
16 
40 
108 
1 
24 
10 
10 


80. 


Depth 
(teet) 
178 


Depth 
(teet) 


8 
56 
81 
98 
140 


Depth 
(feet) 


5 
16 
32 
72 
180 
181 
205 
215 
225 


K 464'. (3 B, 1.9 N., 4.1 W.). rilled by Carter in 1922. Altitude 
of street about 5 feet above sea le el. Log begins at ,street level. Reoord. 
collected by J. H. Sanford. 


(Continued on next page) 



_ K 464. (Continued). 


. . . . 


Thickness 
(feet) 
20 
33 
33 
31 
12 
35 
16 
27 
26 
17 
18 
21 
46 
20 
25 
10 
10 
25 
23 
8 
4 
15 
19 


Sand, fine . . . . . 
Sand, medium coarse. . 
Sand, fine . . . . . 
Sand, fine . . . . . . _ . . 


Sa.IJ.i1 . . . . . . . . 


Sand, coarse, and gra.vel . _ . . 
Clay, blue . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand,. gravel, and blue clay. . . . . 
Sand and gravel - salty water. 1 . . 
Gravel, coarse · · · · . · . · 1 
Sand and clay. . . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, greenish color . 
Clay, hard, black. . 
Clay, gray, and fine sand. 
Clay, black 


C l
 . . . . . . . . 


Clay, gr
 . . . . . 
Cl
, white and blue . 
Clay and sand. . . . . . 
Sand, lively . . . . 
Sand. , fine . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand and clay - no water . . . 
Sand and gravel. . . . . 


1 ..' 
t · 


81. 


Depth 
(feet) 
20 
53 
86 
117 
129 
164 
180 
207 
233 
250 
268 
289 
335 
355 
380 
390 
400 
425 
448 
456 
460 
475 
494 



 

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r:c
 :n:o
:e:
 :t- j :P:h-O
 
5-f:e:.- Depth of well 
:o- - 
reported as 400 feet. 


- - - - - - - 
 
 - - 
 - - - - - 
 - - - - - - 
 
 - 
 - - 
 - 
 - - - 
 
 


K 469. Brackish water reported 


- - - - - - - - - -. - - - - - - - -1- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 
I 
K 500. Construotion of this gr
up of wella was begun in 1882. 
Chloride, 113 parts per million in t 933 ;'144 parte per million in 1934. 


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 - - - - - - - - - - - 


K 501. (2B, ,.7 N., '.3 W.). ell F 1. Drilled by LaIne-New York 
Co., in 1920. Alti tude of street 4 feet above sea leV'el. Log begins at 
street level. Record furnished by wner. 


(Continued on 



K 501. (Continued). 


Clay . . . . . . . . 
Gravel and boulders. 
Sand. and gravel. . . 
Clay and sand. . . . . 
Gravel and boulders. . 
SaIld......... 


I 
Soreen: 39.5 feet of 24.inch Wi
h bottom at 
Pumping tests: I 
July 20, 1920 . Static waterl.level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown. : I 
Yield: I i 
Speoific cap city 
Static water level: 
Pumping wate level: 
Drawdown.: 
Yield: 
Specific cap city: 


March 7, 1928. 


82. 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
2 2 
;0 . 32 
45 77 
5 82 
20 102 
10 112 


102.5 feet. 


41 feet. 
56 feet. 
15 feet. 
1,260 gallons 
84 


a minute. 


47.8 fE
et. 
59.2 fEtet. 
11.4 fEtet. 
1,060 gallons a minute. 
93 


Chloride, 20 parts per million i 1922; 29 parts pet' million in 1933. 
Water level, -4.9 feet in 1932. 
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 
 


K 502. (2 B, 3.8 N., 1.6 W.) W 11 F 2, Drilled by Layne New
York Co., 
in 1921. Altitude of street 11 feet above soa level. I
g begins at 
street level. Record furnished by 0 ere 


, 
......... 


Fill . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, c
arse, and gravel . 
Sand, coarse . . . . . . 


Thickness 
(feet) 


Depth 
(feet) 


10 
60 
;6 


10 
70 
106 


Screen: 41.5 feet of 26-inch wi h bottom at 101.3 feet, and 45 feet 
of l6-inch with bottom t 91.5 feet. 
I 
Pumping test: I I 
October 6, 1931. Static Wate level: 20.8 feet. 
Pumping wat r level: 44 f'eet. 
Drawdown: 23.2 feet. 
Yield. 1,300 gallons a minute. 
Spec If'lc ca ac i ty : 56. 
(Continued on n xt page) 



K 502. (Continued), 


83. 


Pumping test: 
March 28, 1928. Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: I 
Yield: 1 
Specific ca
acity 
I 
I 
Chloride, 28 parts per million in November 1933. Water level, -5.7 
feet in 1932. I 
I 
I 
- - - - -.... -.. - - -.. -.... - -1- - -.. -.. - -.. - -.... - -.. -..- 
K 503. (28, 4.1 N., 3.3 w.). 
 ell F 3, Drilled by Layne..New York 
Co., in October 1921. Altitude of treat 63 feet above sea level. Log 
begins at street level. Record f iehed by owner. 
I 


Clay' , s a.:nd.y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Boulders and sand. . . . . . . .. .... 
Sand, coarse, and boulders . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, red, and boulders. . . . . . 
Sand, coarse . . . . . . . . . . 1 · · . . 
Sa.:nd. , fino . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, coaree . . . . . . . . . j 
Screen: 48.; feet of 26-inch w
th bottom at 105 f"e I 3t. 
I 
I 
I 
I 
Static wate i level: 57 fee"t. 
Pwnping wat r -level: 77 feet. 
Drawdown: , 20 feet. 
Yield: 1 1,000 gallons a minute. 
Specific Ca
acity 50. 
Well deepened to 137 feet and s1reen set from 97 to 137 feet in February 
1928. 
 
Feb. 28, 1928. Static water level: 57 feet. 
Pumping wate level; 69 feet. 
Drawdown: I 12 feet. 
Yield: 1,000 gallons a minute. 
Specific eap
ci ty: 8;. 
Chloride, 20 parte per million 
n 1922; 28 parte per million in 19

. 
Water level, ..6.4 feet in 1932. I 
I 


21. ° ft3et. 
41.8 fl3et. 
20.8 f j 3et. 
1,500 gallons 
72. 


a minute. 


Thickness 
(feet) 


3 
17 
40 
20 
10 
6 
14 


'" 


Pumping tests: 
April 1, 1922. 


Depth 
(feet) 


3 
20 
60 
80 
90 
96 
110 



84. 


K 504. (2 B, 3.8 N., 1.1 W.). Well F 4. Dri
led by Layne-New York 
Co., in 1922. Altitude of street 20 feet above sea level. Log beSins at 
street level. Reoord furnished by owner. 


Sand . . 


Thickness 
(feet) 
108 


........... 


........ 


Soreen= 43.5 feet of 24-inch ith bottom at 108.5 teet. 


Pumping teat: 
October. 1'7, 1922. 


Statio W ter level: 28 feet. 
Pumping ater lavel: '40 feet. 
Drawdown: 12 feet. 
Yield: 1,300 gallons a minute. 
Specific capacity: 108. 
Chloride, 86 parts per million i 1933. Water level, -5.2 feet in 
1932. 


Depth 
(feet) 
108 



 - - 
 
 - 
 - - - 
 - 
 
 - - - - - 
 - 
 - - - - - 


K 505. (2 B, 3.7 N., 1.6 W.). ell F 5. Drilled by L
e-New York 
Co., in 1923. Altitude of street 16 feet above sea level. Log begins at 
street level. Reoord furnished by 0 ere 
I 


Thickness 
(feet) 


Sand . . 


.................... 


91 


Screen: ,43.5 feet of 24.inch w th bottom at 91.8 feet. 


Pumping test: 
June 24, 1923. 


Static wa er level: 
Pumping w ter level: 
DrawdoWIl: 
YIeld: 
Specific capacity: 


21 feet. 
56 feet. 
35 feet. 
1,550 gallons 
44. 


a minute. 


Chloride, 26 parts per million in November 1933. 


Depth 
(feet) 


91 


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K 506. (2 B, 4.9 N., 0.7 W.). W 11 F 6. Drilled by L831le-Ne'W York 
Co., in 1923. Altitude of street 33 eet above sea level. Log begins at 
street level. Record furnished by 0 ere 


Thiokness 
(feet) 


Sand, coarse . 
Sand . . . . 


,., ...... 


. . . . . 


13 
100 


........ 


. ,. . . . 


(ContinUed on n xt page) 


Depth 
(feet) 


13 
113 



K 506. (Continued). 


85. 


Screen: 4;.5 feet of 24-inch with bottom at 95.2 feet. 


Pumping tests: 
June 1, 1923. 


static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: 
Yi
ld : 
Specific capacity 


July 12, 1928. 


Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: 
Yield: 
Specific capacity: 


24 feet.. 
42 feet. 
18 feet. 
1,000 gallons a minute. 
55. 


;4.8 feet. 
51.0 feet. 
16.2 feet. 
1,050 gallons a minute. 
65. 


Chloride, 15 parts per million in 1923; 38 parts per million in 1933. 
Water level, -11.4 feet in 1932. 


- - - - - - - - - - 
 - - 


- - - - - - - - - 
 - - - 


K 507. (2 B, 5.2 N., 1.1 W.). Well F 7-A. Driiled by Layne-New York 
Co., in October 1924. Altitude of street 31 feet above sea level. Log 
begins at street level. Record furnished by owner. 


Fill . . 
Bricks . . . . . . . 
Boulders . . . . 
Sand, coarse . . . . . 
Sand, fine, black. . 


. . . 


Thickness 
(feet) 
8 
2 
7 
78 
5 


Depth 
(feet) 
8 
10 
17 
95 
100 


Screen: 43.5 feet of 26-inch with bottom at 91.8 feet. 


Pumping tests: 
Jan. 1, 1925. 


Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: 
Yie ld : 
Specific capacity: 


July 7, 1928. 


Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: 
Yield: 
Specific capacity: 


31 feet. 
48 feet. 
17 feet. 
1,161 gallons a minute. 
68. 


35.1 feet. 
49.5 feet. 
14.4 feet. 
1,020 gallons a minute. 
71. 


Chloride, 50 parts per million in 1925; 39 parts per million in 1933. 
Water level, -10.; feet in 1932. 



86. 


K 508. (2B, 4.4 N., 2.9 W.). Well F 8. Drilled by Layne-New York 
Co., 1923-1924. Altitude of street 50 feet above sea level. Log begins'at 
street level. Record furnished by owner. 


Clay, sandy. . . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, and boulders . . 
Boulders and gravel. . . . 
Sand, coarse . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, and gravel . . 


Thickness 
(feet) 


; 
7 
18 
;0 
58 


Screen: 4;.5 feet of 24.inch with bottom at 116 feet. 


Pumping tests: 
Jan. 6, 1924. 


July 7, 1928. 


Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: 
Yield: 
Specific capacity: 


Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: 
Yield: 
Specific capacity: 


48.5 feet. 
65 feet. 
16.5 feet. 
1,250 gallons a minute. 
76. 


54.; feet. 
65.6 feet. 
11.3 feet. 
1,000 gallons a minute. 
88. 


Depth 
(feet) 


3 
10 
28 
58 
116 


Chloride, 30 parts per million in 1924; 33 parts per million in '1933. 
Water level, -7.0 feet in 1932. 


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 - - - - - - - 
 - - - - 


K 509. (2 B, 3.8 N., 1.2 W.). Well F 9. Drilled by L
e-New York 
Co., in 1924. Altitude of street about 20 feet above sea level. Log begins 
at street level. Record furnished by owner. 


Sand . . 


Thickness 
(feet) 


97 


Screen: 44.5 feet of 26-inch with bottom at 96.7 feet. 


Pumping test: 
June 30, 1924. 


Static water level: . 
Pumping water level; 
Drawdown: 
Yield: 
Specific capacity: 


22 feet. 
46 feet. 
24 feet. 
1,;00 gallons a minute. 
54. 


Depth 
(feet) 


97 



87. 


K 510. (2 B, 4.0 N., 3.5 W.). Well F 10. Drilled by Layne-New York 
Co., in 1924. Altitude of street 63 feet above sea level. Log begins at 
street level. Record furnished by owner. 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
Boulders and sand. 30 :;0 
Boulders . . . . . . . . . 5 35 
Sand. and. boulders. . . . . 15 50 
Sand. . . . . . . 40 90 
Sand and gravel. . . . . 30 120 


Screen: 43.5 feet of 26.inch with bottom at 111.2 feet. 


Pumping tests: 
Aug. 14, 1924. . 


Aug. 20, 1928. 


Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
DrawdoW!l: 
Yield: 
Specific capacity: 


Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: 
Yield: 
Specific capacity: 


60 feet. 
77 feet. 
17 feet. 
1,100 gallons a minute. 
65. 


63.3 feet. 
71.8 feet. 
8.5 feet. 
1,020 gallons a minute. 
120. 


Chloride, 213 parts per million in 1925; 29 parts per million in 1933. 
Water level, -5.6 feet in 1932. 


K 511. (213, 3.7 N., 1.1 W.). Well F 11. Drilled by Layne-New York 
Co., in 1925. J
ltitude of street 12 feet above sea level. Log begins at 
street level. Becord furnished by owner. 


Sand, coars,
, yellow . . . . . . 


Thickness 
(feet) 


Depth 
(feet) 


93 


93 


Screen: 24-inch from 53.2 feet to 91.8 feet. 


Pumping testa: 
MElrch 28, 1925. 


Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: 
Yield: 
Specific capacity; 


(Continued on next page) 


23 feet. 
40 feet. 
17 feet. 
1,050 gallons a minute. 
62. 



K 511. (Continued). 


Pumping test: 
March 20, 1928. 


Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: 
Yield: 
Specific capacity: 


Water level, -5.0 feet in 1932. 


88. 


16.0 feet,. 
30.5 feet. 
14.5 feet. 
1,450 gallons a minute. 
100. 


K 512. (2 B, 4.2 N., 2.8 
.). Well F12. Drilled by L
e-New York 
Co., in 1925. Altitude of street 48 feet above sea level. Log begins at 
street level. Record furnished by owner. 


So11 and sand. . . . . 
Sand and boulders. . 
. Sand . . . . . . . . 


Thickness 
(feet) 


Depth 
(feet) 


5 
35 
66 


5 
40 
106 


Screen: 43.2 feet of 26-inch with bottom at 101.5 feet. 


Pumping teats: 
May 29, 1925. 


Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: 
Yield. : 
Specific capacity: 


Aug. 7) 1928 


Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: 
. Yield: 
Specific capacity: 


45 feet. 
63 fect. 
18 feet. 
1,185 gallons a minute. 
66. 


50.8 feet. 
66.0 feet. 
15.2 feet. 
1,065 ga11
ns a minute. 
70. 


Chloride, 25 parts per million in 1925; 27 parts per million in 1933. 
Water level, -7.1 feet in 1932. 


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 - 


K 513. (2B, 3.3 N., 3.2,W.). Well F 13. Dr1
ied by Layne-New York 
Co., in 1925. Altitude of street 53 feet above se, level. Log begins at 
street'level. Record furnished by owner. 


(Continued on next page) 



K 513. (Continued). 


Soil and sand. . . . 
Sand and boulders. . 
Sand . 
C lay . . . . . . , . 


Sarld. . . . . . . . 


Sand, fine, and clay . 
Sand, fine . . . . . 


Thickness 
(feet) 


. 
 


5 
45 
44 
1 
4 
2 
4 


Screen: 37.1 feet of 26-inch with bottom at 92.4 feet. 


Pumping tests: 
July 7, 1928. 


Statio water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: 
Yield: 
Specific capacity: 


Nov. ,14, 1935. 


Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: 
Yield: 
Specific capacity; 


52.8 feet. 
68.5 feet. 
15.7 feet. 
1,020 gallons a minute. 
65'. 


50.0 feet. 
64.2 feet. 
14.2 feet. 
1,000 gallons a minute. 
70. 


89. 


Depth 
(teet) 
5 
50 
94 
95 
99 
101 
105 


Chloride, 30 parts per million In 1926; 88 parts per million in 1933. 
Water level, -1.4 feet in 1932. 


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K 514. (2 B, 4.0 N., 0.6 W.). Well F 14. Drilled by La1ne-New York 
Co., 1925-26. Altitude of street 26 feet above sea level. Log begins at 
street level. 'Record furnished by owner. 


Thickness 
(feet) 
43 
57 


SaI1d, brown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, brown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 


Screen': 41.7 feet of 26-inch with bottom at 90 feet. 


Pumping test: 
March 16, 1926. 


Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: 
Yield: 
Speoific capacity: 


(Continued on next page) 


26.5 feet. 
40.0 feet. 
13.5 teet. 
1,272 gallons a mdnute. 
94. 


Depth 
(feet) 
43 
100 



K 514. (Continued). 


Pumping test: 
July 7, 1928. 


90. 


statio water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: 
Yield : 
Speoific capaoity: 


28.0 faet. 
44.4 feet. 
16.4 feet. 
940 gallons a minute 
57. 


Chlo
ide, 20 parts per million in 1926; 60 parts per million in 1933. 
Water level, - 5.1 feet in 1932. 


Record by F. G. Wells from glass tubes showing a reproduction to Bcale 
of boring. 


)': 'f'hickness 
(feet) 
121 


sand., brown, medium to coarse. . · · · 
Sand, 1nterstratified, fine, and clay, The clay 
has slight pinkish tinge. . · · . · · · · · · 
Sand, coarse, brown, and gravel. . · · · · · · · 
Clay, pinkish gray, and. fine sand . · . · · · · 
Sand, coarse, brown and gravel. Sample is dark · 
Clay, grayish pink. Driller calls it soft blue 


c lay-. . . . . . . . · . · · 


......... 


Material looks like preceding. Driller calls it 
stiff blue clay . . . . . · . · . . · · · · · 
Material looks like preceding, but is lumpy. 
Driller calls it stiff blue clay. . . . · · · 
The Driller's description, clay and boulders. 
Material looks like proceding. The rock 
fragments could not be seen . . . . . · · · · 
Clay, pinkish. Driller calls it blue claJ · · · 
Gravel, gray, small. Though the pebbles look like 
the underlying rook, this could not be determined 
with certainty. Driller calls it clay, gravel, 
ete . .................... 
Angular fragments of gray, fine grained rock; 
probably diabase. . . · . . · · · 


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33 
15 
18 
30.5 
9 
140.5 
33.7 


6 
32.2 


21.9 
93.2 


Depth 
(feet) 
127 
160 
175 
193 
223.5 
232.5 
313 
406.7 


412.7 
444.9 


466.8 
560 


K 515. (2 B, 3.8 N., 1.2 W.). Well F 15. Drilled by Layne-New York 
Co., 1925.1926. A1 t1 tude of street about 20 feet above sea level. Log 
begins at street level. Record furnished by owner" 


Thicknoss Depth 
(feet) (faet) 
. . . 90 90 
. . . . . . 50 140 


Sa.r1d. . . . . . 
Sand, fine . . . . . 


(Continued on next page) 



K 515. (Continued). 


Sand, coarse . . . . . . . 
Sand and coarse gravel 
Cl
, blue . . . . . . 
Sand and coarse gravel . 
Cl
, soft, blue . . . 
Sand., gray, and layers of clay . 


. . . . . 


'Ledge . . . . . . . . . . . . 


Sand, gravel, and boulders . . . . . 
Clay . . . . . . . . . . . . . 


. . . 


Thickness 
(feet) 
12 
14 
34 
17 
81 
27 
3 
15 


91. 


Depth 
(feet) 
152 
166 
200 
217 
298 
325 
328 
343 


Screen: 9.7 feet of 13-inch with bottom at 216.2 feet and }B.7 feet 
of 13-inoh with bottom at 341.3 feet. 


Pumping test: 
Oct. 4, 1926: 


Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: 
Yield : 
Specific capacity 


19.0 feet. 
58.7 feet. 
39.7 feet. 
800 gallons a minute 
20 


K 516. (2 B, 5.5 N., 0.4 W.). Well F 16. Drilled by Layne -New York 
Co. in 1926. Altitude of street 42 feet above sea level. Log besins at 
street le",;dl. 
'1ecord furnished. by owner. 


SWL
, fine . . . . 
Sand, coarse . . . 
Sand, dark, coarse . . 


Thiokness 
(feet) 
30 
41 
35 


Screen: 


43 feet of 26.inch with bottom at 101 feet. 


Pumping tests: 
April 30, 1926. Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: 
Yield: 
Specific capacity: 
August 19, 1926. Static water leyel: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: 
Yield: 
Speoific capacity: 


(Continued on next page) 


38.5 feet. 
45.5 feet. 
7.0 feet. 
830 gallons a minute. 
119. 


42.3 feet. 
50.0 feet. 
7.7 feet. 
1,000 gallons a minute. 
, 130. 


Depth 
(feet) 
30 
71 
106 



K 516. (Continued). 


92. 


Chloride, 25 parts per million in.1926j 37 parts per million in 1933. 
Water level, -12.8 feet in 1932. 


. - . - - - - - - - 
 - - 
 - - - - - - - - - 
 - - 
 - - --- - . - - - 


K 517. (2 B, 5.5 N., 1.9 W.). Well F 17. Drilled by Layne -New York 
Co., 1926-1927. Altitude of street 78 feet above sea level. Log begins. at 
street level. Record furnished by owner. 


Thickness 
(feet) 


Depth 
(feet) 


Sand, coarse 
Clay . . . . . . 
Sand . . . . 
C lay . . . . 
Sand, coarse 
Clay .. .. . . 
Screen: 


60 60 
75 135 
. . . . . . 43 178 
. . . . 10 188 
. . . . . . 55 243 
· '. : .. . : : · · . . . . . . 53 
3
 . 
43.5 feet of l2.inch with bottom at 290.5 feet. 


Sand and boulders. 


Pumping tests: 
Jan. 29, 1927. 


Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: 
Yield.: 
S11ecific capacity: 


Aug. 13, 1928. Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Dra.JdoWBi Y/ G' t- D 
Specific capacity: 


81 feet. 
95 Feet. 
14 feet. 
900 gallons a minute. 
64. 


72.9 feet. 
86.2 feet. 
800 gallons a minute. 
60. 


Chloride, 5 parts per million in 1927; 1 parts per million in 1933. 
Wator level, -16.0 feet in 1932. 


K 518. (2 B, 3.7 N., 1.1 W.). Well F 18. Drilled by LaJne-New York 
Co., in 1926. Altitude of street 13 feet above sea level. Log begins at 
street level. Record furnished by owner. 


Sand and gravel. . . . . . 
Clay . . . . . . 
Bould
rs . . . . . . . . . . 


(Continued on next page) 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
170 170 
27 197 
31 228 



K 518. (Continued). 


C 183 . . . . . . . 
Sand and gravel. 
Boulders . . . . . 


. . . . . , 


93. 


Thiokness 
(feet) 
72 
30 


Depth 
(feet) 
3QO 
330. 


Soreen: 


8-inoh slotted pipe tro
<J90 feet to 
14.7 fee" 


Pumping teats: 
Feb. 1, 1927. 


Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Dra'Wdown: 
Yield: 
Specific capac1t7: 
March 20, 1928. Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: 
Yield: 
Specific capacity: 
Water level,
O.3 toot in 1932. 



.
., feet. 
81
.1 feet. 
66'.
' feet. 
867 gallons a minute. 
13. 


13.8 feet" 
74.5 feet. 
60.7 feet. 
850 gallons a minute. 
14. 


K 519. (2B, 5.2 N., 1.1 W.). Well F 19. Drilled by Public Works 
Engineering Corporation, 1928-1929. Altitude of street 29 feet above sea 
level. Log begins at street level. Record furnished by owner. 


Thiokness Depth 
(teet) (feet) 
8 8 
8 16 
94 110 
16 126 
3.4- 160 
1 161 
25 186 
12 198 
3B 236 
12 248 
2 250 


Fill, loam, boulders . . . . . . . . . . . 
Gravel, coarse, brown, boulders. . . 
Gravel, coarse, small stones . 
Sand, brown, gravel. . . . . . . . 
Gravel, clay, large stones . . . 
Gravel, blue 0183. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Clay, blue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, water-blue, and gravel, streaks of clay . . 
Gravel, water-blue, 0181, considerable sand. . . 
Sand, clay, and bouLders . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Clay, gray blue clay, and fine sand. . . . . 


Screen: 


la-inch from 195.7 feet to 238.5 feet. 


(Continued on next page) 



K 519. (Continued). 


Pumping teats: 
May 19, 1929. 


April 8, 1932 


Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: 
Yield: 
Specific capacity: 


Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: 
Yield: 
SpeCific capacity; 


94. 


32 feet. 
49 feet. 
17 feet. 
1,,800 gallons a minute. 
106. 
45.67 feet. 
56.92 feet. 
11.25 
1,333 Gallons a minute. 
119. 


Chloride, 10 parts per million in 192B; 24 parts per million in 193'. 
Water level, -12.2 feet in 1932. 


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--"'''.._----....._,.-.. 


K 520. (2 B, 5.5 N., 0.4 W.). Well F 20. Drilled by Sprague & 
Henwood, Inc., 1928-1929. Altitude of street 42 feet above sea level. Log 
begins at street level. Reoord furnished by owner. 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (teet) 
Sam.y loam. . . . . . . . 30 30 
Sand, 
llow . . 82 112 
Clay, blue . . . 3 115 
Sand, tine, yellow . . . . . . . 25 140 
Sand, fine, and clay . . .. . 1 147 
Clay, blue . . . . . . . . . . , 150 
Sand , coarse, yellow, and shells . . . . . 13 163 
Sand , fine, brown. . . . . . . . . . 47 210 
Sand, brown. . . . 10 220 
Sand, gray . . .. . . . . . . . . . 30 250 
S
, coarse, gray . 60 310 


Screen: 


Pumping tests: 
Deo. 10, 1929. 


March 10, 1932 


42.5 feet of lB-inch with bottom at 295 feet. 


Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: 
Yield: 
Specific capacity: 


Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
DrawdoWIl: 
Yield: 
Specific capaoity: 


(Continued on next page) 


45.5 feet. 
59.0 feet. 
13.5 feet. 
1,800 gallons a minute. 
133., 


51.43 feet. 
65.25 feet. 
13.B2 feet. 
1,900 gallons a minute. 
137, 



K 520. (Continued) .' 


95. 


Chloride, 10 parts per million in 1929; 28 parts per million on 
 
10, 1933; 28 parts per million on June 8, 1933; 24 parts per million on 
August 10, 1933. Water level, -12.6 feet in 1932. 


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K 521. (2 B, 4.3 N., 0.7 W.). Well F 21. Drilled by Public Works 
Engineering Corp! in 1929. Altitude of street 34 feet above sea level, Log 
begins at street level. Record furnished by owner. 


Thickness D,epth 
(feet) (feet) 
Loam . . . . . . . . 1 1 
Sand., coarse, brown, and gravel. . . 36 37 
Sand, fine, red, and. clay. . . 23 60 
Sand, brown . . , . . 
 ... . . . 
 . , . ", 110 170 
Sand., fine., brown . . . . . . . , 4 . . ." . 43 2],3 
Sand, brown, and grave 1. . . . . , . , . . . . . 7 220 I 
Sand) fine, gray . . .. . i. . . 37 2;7 
Clay , blue . . . . . . . . . . .. 100 
57 
Sand, ooarse, gray, and gravel . . . . . . . 23 380 
Boulders . . . . . . , . . . 8 ,84 
Gravel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 410 
No recori:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 430 


Screen
 


48.4 feet of l8-inch with bottom at 418.4 feet. 


Pumping tests: 
Oct
 20, 1929 


Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: 
Yield: 
Specific capacity: 


March 22, 1932. Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdc1ln.: 
Yield: 
Specific capac'i ty: 


35.5 feet 
55.u feet 
19.5 feet 
2,400 gallons a minute. 
123. 


36.21 feet 
51.53 feet. 
15.32 feet. 
2,150 gallons a minute. 
l4'J. 


Chloride, 30 parts per million in 1930; 266 parts per million in 1933. 
Water level, + 1.4 feet in 1932. 



K 521. (Continued). 



, 


Record b1 F. G.. Welle frolU glass tubes showing a reproduction to 80ale 
of the boring. 


I..oEllD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 


Sand, 
Sand, 
Sand , 
Sand, 
Sand, 
Clq, 
Sand, 


coarse, brown and gravel . . 
fine, reddish brown and clay 
brown. . . . . . . . . . . . . 


medium to tine grained, sr8.7 . .. 
gray, and gravel . . . . . . . . . . . 
graJ - driller calls it blue clay. . 
coarse, srq, and gravel. . . . 


- 
 
 - - - - 
 - - 
 - - - 
 
 - 


Thiokne8s 
(feet) 
1 
36 
23 
110 
43 
44 
100 
53 


Depth 
(teet) 


1 
37 
60 
170 
213 
257 
351 
410 


K 522. (2 B, 4.5 N., 2.0 W.). Well F 22. Drilled by Public Works 
'Engineering Corp., 1929-1930. Altitude of street 50 feet above sea level. 
Log begins at street level. Record furnished by owner.. 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
Sand , coarse . . " . . , . . .. , . . . . . . . . 95 95 
Sand, fine . . 4t . . . , . . . . . " . . , , . . 46 141 
018.7, soft . . . . . , . . . . . , . . . " . . . 40 181 
Sand , fine . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . , . 14 195 
Sand, coarse, and water, . . . . . . . . " . . . 25 220 
018.7, blue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . 2 222 
Gravel and boulders. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . , 21 243 
Cl8.7 . . . . .. . " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 260 
Sand and boulders, " . " . . . . . . " . . . . . 27 281 
Gravel . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 290 
Clay, soft . . . . . . . . . " " " , . . . , , . 10 300 


Soreen: 


50 feet of l8-inch with bottom at 244,1 feet, and 
20 feet of l8-inch with bottom at 293.2 feet. 


Pumping tests; 
Sept. 6, 1930. 


Statio water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: 
Yield: 
Specific capacity 


Maroh 23, 1932. 


Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: 
Yield: 
Specific capacity: 


55.0 feet. 
61.5 feet. 
12.5 feet, 
2,200 gallons a minute. 
176. 
58.24 feet. 
69.17 feet. 
10.93 feet. 
1,90v gallons a minute 
174. 


Chloride, 25 parte per m1l1
on 
n 1931; 33 parts per million in 1933. 
Water level, -9.0 feet in 1932. 



97,. 


K 523. (2 B, 3.3 Nil, 2.8 W,). Well F 23. Drilled by Trojan Engin- 
eering Corp., 1929-1930', Altitude of street 47 feet above sea level. Log 
begins at street level. Record furnished by owner. 


Loam . . , .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . , 
Sand and gravel, . . . . . , . . . . . . . , . . . t/ 
Sand, red, and clay. . . . . . , . . II . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, red, and clay. . . . . . . . , . . . , 
Sand, fine, red. . . . , . II , . . II . . . , , . 
Sand, brown, and gravel. . . .. ... . . . , . 
Sand, fine, brown. .. . . . . . . .. .".. 
Sand, coarse, brown. . . . . . . . . . . . , . , . , 
Sand, coarse, and gravel . . . . . . . " . " , . 
Sand, ooarse, gray . . . . . . , . . . , . . . . . . 
Clay, graay . . . , . . .. , . . . . . . . . . " . . . 
C 18\1, red.. . . . . . " . . . , . . . , . . . . 
Clay, blue . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . II , 
Sand, coarse, gray, and 0183 . . . .. ... . . 
Sand, fine, white, and olay. . . . . . . . . , . . . 
Sand, coarse, white, and clay. . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand. , whi te , and 0 lay. . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, white. . . . .. . . . . , , . 
Sand. , dark, gra:y . " . . . . . . II . . . . , . . . . 
Sand. , gr8\1, and clay . . . . . . . . . 
 , . . 
Sand, gr8\1 and ol
. . . . . . . . . . . 
. Sandstone, gray, reddish . . . . . . " . ... , 


Thiokness Deptb 
(feet) (feet) 
3 3 
51 60 
30 90 
10 100 
55 155 
15 170 
30 200 
20 220 
20 240 
11 251 
9 260 
15 275 
20 295 
5 300 
20 320 
20 340 
5 345 
5 350 
20 370 
10 380 
51 431 
104 535 


Screen: 


65.'7 feet of 18..inch with bottom at 267.8 feet. 


Pumping tests: 
April 7, 1930. 


Static water level: 
Pumping level: 
Drawdown: 
Yield: 
Speoific capacity: 


Ma1' 6, 1932. 


Static water level: 
Pumping level: 
Drawdown: 
Yield: 
Specific capacity: 


46.8 feet. 
58.4 feet. 
11.6 feet. 
2,000 gallons a minute. 
172. 


51.17 feet. 
64.25 feet. 
13.08 feet, 
2,055 gallons a minute. 
157. 


Chloride, 25 parts per million in 1931; 59 parts per million in 1933, 
Water level, -0.9 foot in 1932. 


(Continued on next page) 



98. 


K 523. (Continued). 


Description by F. G. Wells from glass tubes showing a reproduction to 
Beale of the boring, 


Thiokness 
(feet) 


Dept
 
(feet) 


'Brown soil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . 3 } 
Sand, coarse, brown, and gravel. . . . . . . . 51 60 
Sand, medium to fine grained, reddish. . . . . . . 30 90 
Sand, coarse, reddish. . . . . . . . l' . . 10 100 
Sand., fine, brown, . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . 55 155 
. Sand, ooarse, brown. . . . . . . . . . 15 110 
Sand, fine, brown. . . . . .. . . . . . . 20 190 
Sand, coarse, brown . . . . . . . . . , . .. . 10 200 
Sand, coarse, brown, and small grav
l. . . . . . . 20 220 
Gravel, small, gray in color due to dust ooating . 30 250 
Clay, yellow, silty. . . . . . . . . . . 10 260 
Clay, red. . . .. . . , . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . 15 275 
Clay , reddish brown, silty . . . . . . . . , . 20 295 
Sand, fine, gray, some Clay. . . . . . . . . . . .. 55 350 
Sand, coarse, white, quartz stained yellow by iron 
oxide. Some dark brown fragmenta . . 30 380 
Sand, gray , very fine, silty . . . . . . . . . . . 188 568 
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 


K 524. (2:8, 4.9 N., 0.7 W.). Well F 24. Drilled bl Trojan Engineer... 
ing Corp., 1930-1931. Altitude of street 33 feet above sea level.. Log begins 
at street level. Record furnished by owner. 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
Sand, coarse, and gravel . . . . " , . . . . . 15 15 
Sand , gravel, and large boulders . . , . . . . 10 25 
Sand , ooarse, and gravel . .. . . . . . . . . , 99 124 
Sand, fine, brown, and blue olay . . . . II . 85 209 
Clay, soft, blue . . . . . . . . , 22 231 
Sand , ooarse, gray . . . . . . . . . . 56 287 
Clay, soft, blue . . . . . . . . 
 , ,. . . 34 321 
Clay, hard, blue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 :564 
Boulders, sand, and clay . , . , . . . . . . . . . 5 369 
Sand, hard, fine , . . . . . . . 
 4 373 
Boulders . . . . . . . . . . , . .. . . . , . 2 375 
Gravel, large. . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 380 
Boulders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 382 
Solid Rock .. . .. . . . .. . . , . t .. 8 390 


Soreen: 


60 feet of 18-inch with bottom at 286.7 feet, 


(Continued on next page) 



K 524. (Continued), 


Pumping test: 
Deo. 5, 1930. 


Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Dra'Wdown: 
Yield: 
Specific capacity: 


99. 


48.6 feet. 
66.6 feet, 
18 feet. 
2,200 gallons a minute. 
122 " 


Chloride, 70 parts per million in 1931; 72 parts per million in 1933. 
Wa
er level, -9.1 feet in 1932. 



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K,525. (2 B, 3.7 N., 3.3 W.). Well F 25. Drilled by Trojan Engineer- 
ing Corp., 1930-1931. Altitude of street 47 feet above Bea level, Log 
begins at street level, :Record furnished by owner, 


WanJ. , . . . . . . .. . , . . . , . . . 


. . . 


. , . 


Sand and large boulders. . . . . . . . . . , . , . 
Gravel, coarse, sand, and boulders . . , . . . . . 
Sand, fine, and boulders . , . . . . . . . . , 
Sand, hard packed. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, and fine gravel. . ,. .. '. . . 
Cl8J, blue, and sand . . , . . . . . . . . , . . . 
C181, blue, sand and boulders mixed. . . . . . , . 
Boulders 
 gravel. . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . 
Cla,y, hard, bluish-black . .. . . " ." .. . . 
Sand and clSJ'. . . . . . . . . . " t . . . . 
C 1SJ' , hard, b lui sh . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, 'coarse, quartz, and gravel,. . . . . . . . , 
C 1SJ', sand, and. gr a va 1 . . . . . . . . . , . . " . 


Screen: 


Pumping tests: 
April 6, 1931. 


April 9, 1932. 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
9 9 
18 27 
20 47 
40 87 
4 91 
129 220 
44 264 
31 295 
12 307 
3 310 
5 315 
20 335 
41 376 
24 400 


40 feet of l8-inch with bottom at 299.9 feet. 


Static water 
evel: 
Pumping water level
 
Drawdown: 
Yield.: 
Specific capaoity: 


Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: 
Yield: 
Specific capaoity: 


47.1 feet. 
58,6 feet. 
11.5 feet. 
2,200 gallons 
 minute. 
191 
48.42 feet. 
53.67 feet, 
5.25 feet. 
1,180 gallons a minute. 
225, 


Chloride
 40 parts per million in 1931; 175 parts per million in 1933. 
Water level, -1.5 feet in 1932, 


(Continued on next page) 



Ie 525. (Continued) . 


100. 


Description b7 F. G. Wells from samples ot material in Slass tubes 
ehowins a reproduotion to scale of the borins. . 


Silt, fine, and cl
, chooolate colored (soil) . . 
Sard, gr'87 . . . . . . . . . . . . ... . . . 
Sand, medium grained, light brown. . . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine grained, light brown. . . . . . . 
Sand, fine, s il t7. . . .... . . . . . . . . 
Gravel, small. . . , . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . 
Gravel, ooarse , . .'. , . . . . . 
Clay, light gray . . . . . . . . . 
Boulders, broken-up. , . . . . 
Sand, ooarse, grtq . . . . 
Gravel, ooarse . . . . . . 
Clay , light gray . , . . . . . . . . 
Gravel, small. . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Clay, light gr8.7 . 


. . 


. .. . . . . , . 
. . . . . . , . 
. . . . . . 
. . . . 
. . . . . . . . 


. . 


. . . 


. . . 


, . 


. . 



 . . . . . . . 


, . . 


. . . . 


. . . . . 


Sand, light gray . 


. . . 


. . . . 


. . . 


. . . 


. , . 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
9 9 
29 3B 
34 72 
34 106 
10 116 
19 13' 
25 160 
38 198 
64 262 
22 284 
18 302 
30 '32 
4 '36 
22 358 
3 361 
44 405 
.. .. - - 


K 526. (2 B, '.5 N" 2.3 W.). Well F 26. Drilled b7 Trojan Ensineer- 
ing Corp., 1930.1931, Altitude of street 82 feet above sea level. Log 
besins at street level. Record furnished by owner. 


Thiokness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
Sand, medium, brown, and a few boulders. . . . 20 20 
Sand, coarse, brown, and boulders. . . . , . . . . 11 31 
Sand, medium, brown, and gray sand mixed . . . . , 9 40 
Sand, fine, brown and gray mixed . . . . . . . . . 10 50 
Sand, coarse, brown, and gravel. . , , . , . . 70 120 
Sand, ooarse, gre:y , and gravel . . . , . , . . . . 10 130 
Sand, medium, brown, and gravel. . . . . . . . 10 140 
Sard, coarse, brown, and gravel. , , . . , . . . . 10 150 
Sand, medium, brown, and gravel. . , . . . . . . . 78 228 
Clay , blue . . . . , . . . . . . . , . . . . . 6 234 
Clq, blue, and sand , . . , . . , . . . 16 250 
Cla7, blue . . , . . . , . . . . . , . , , . . 4, 293 
Sand, coarse, gray, gravel and boulders. . . , . . 61 ,
 
Clay and boulders. . . . . , . . . . . , . . . 17 "71 
Rook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , , . 29 400 


Screen: 


55 feet of l8.inoh with bottom at 358 teet. 


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101. 


K 526. (Continued). 


Pumping test: 
March 19, 1931. 


Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: 
Yield: 
Specific capacity: 


95.0 teet. 
117.4 feet, 
22.4 feet. 
2,200 gallons a minute. 
98. 


Chloride, 10 parts per million in 1931; 13 parts per 
llion in 19'3, 
Water level, -14.1 feet in 1932. 


Description by F, G. Wells from glass tubes showing a reproduction to 
soale of the boring. 


Thickness 
(feet) 


Depth 
(feet) 


Sand, coarse grained, light brown. . . . . . , . . 
Sand, medium grained, brown, . , . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine grained, brown. Probably contains 
some clay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Clay, dirty gray, with small pebbles of many sorts 
. of rock . " . . . . . , . , . . . . . . . . .. 
Sand, medium grained . . . . , ... . , . . . . 
Clay, dirty gray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . 
Sand, medium to ooarse, brown. .'. . . . . . . . . 
Clay, dirty gray .. . . . . . . . . , . " .. 
Gravel, small, and coarse sand. Very mixed, Is 
generally gray but many pebbles of red sandstone 
might cause it to be called brown . . . . . . 
Clay, gray, ail ty. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 


130 


250 


371 


The on
 figures for depth, found on the tubes are those given. 


- - - - . - - - - - - - - - - - 
 - - - - - - - 
 - - - - - 
 - - - 
 - 
 


K 527 . (2 B, 4.5 N., 2.0 W. ). Well F 27. Drilled by Sprague & 
Henwood, Ino., in 1934. Altitude of street about 49 feet above sea levsl. 
Log begins at street level, Record. furnished by owner. 


SB.I1d. and clB.;1', . , . . . . . , . . . . . . . . .. . 
Clay, brown, cobble stones, and gravel . . . . . . 
SB.I1d., brown, coarse, and gravel. . . . . . . . 
Sand, brown, coarse, with trace of gravel. , . . . 
Sand, light brown, coarse. . , . . . . . . .. 
Sand, light brown, . .. . , . . . . . 
Sand, light brown, fine, . . . , . . . . . . , . . 
Sand, light brown, fine, and soft yellow c
. . , 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
6 6 
4' 10 
15 25 
5 30 
30 60 
10 70 
69 139 
6 14; 


(Continued on next page) 



K 527. (Continued). 


102. 


Screen I 51.1 feet of No. 20 slot Cook with .ottom at 
134.5 feet. 


Pump ing tests t 


static water level: 
PUmping water level! 
Drawdown: 
Yield t 
Specific capaCity: 


Statio water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: 
Yield: 
Specific capacity: 


61.3 feet. 
84.3 feet. 
23.0 feet. 
870 gallons a minute, 
38. 


61.3 feet, 
7'7.3 feet. 
16.0 feet. 
600 sallone a minute 
37. 


Chloride, 62 parts per million in 1934. Water level, -12.6 feet in 
1934. 



 
 - 
 - - 
 - 
 
 - - - - - 
 - - . - - - - - 
 - - - 
 - . - - - 


K 528. (2 B, 4.9 N., 1.7 W.). Well F 28" Drilled by Sprague & 
Henwood, Inc., in 1934. Altitude of street about 61 feet above sea level. 
Log begins at street level. Record furnished by owner. 


Clay , . . . . . . . . . . . . . " . . . , . . , . . 
Sand and a little clay (streaky). . , . . , . . 
Sand and boulders. . . . . . . . . . , .. . . . , . . 
Sand " . . . , . . 
 , . , . . . , . . . , . . . 
Sand, gravel, and boulders . . 'I' , " . . . . . 
S8.I1d . . . . , , . , . . . . , . , . . . .. . , 
Sand and gravel. , . . . , . . , , . . . . 
Sa.:nd , , " . . . . . II . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . 
Clay, sandy. . , . . . . . . , .. ... . . . , 
Clay . , . . . . . . . . . . . , " 
Sa.Ild. , sra::/ . . . . . . . , . . . , . , . . . . , 
Sand (boulders). . , . . . , . , . . , . . . . , 
Clay, blue . . . . . . . , , , . , . . . , , 
Lar
 boulders or solid rock . . . .. . . 


Screen: 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
6 6 
155 161 
5 166 
24 190 
10 200 
16 216 
4 220 
13 233 
2 235 
21 256 
15 271 
21 298 
61 359 
1 360 


50 feet with bottom at 303.3 feet. 


Pumping test: 


Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: 
Yield: 
Specific capacity: 


11.0 feet" 
102.3 feet. 
25.3 feet, 
2,180 gallons a minute 
86. 


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K 528. (Continued). 



ing test; 


Static water level: 
Pumping water level; 
Drawdown: 
Yield. : 
Specifio capaoity: 


77 Feet, 
94 feet, 
17 feet. 
1,540 gallons a minute. 
91 


l
J.. 


- 1 


Chloride, 45 parte per'million in 1934. Water level, .16,6 feet in 
1934 . 


Log of test well near F 28. Record furnished. by owner. 


Thickness 
(feet) 


Clay and gravel, . , . . . . . . . . . ,. . . . . . 
Cl
 , yellow, Band, and gravel . . , . , . 
Clay , yellow, and boulders .. , .. . 
Sand, brown, coarse. . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . 
Sand, mdxed with a little yellow clay. . . . . . . 
Sand, brown, coarse. . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . 
Sand, brown. . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine with a little yellow olay . . . , . , . 
Sand, brown, fine. . . . , . . . . . . , . . . . . 
Sand, fine, and a little yellow clay . . 
 . . 
SaIld, brown. . . , . . . . . . . . . . f . . . . . 
Sand, brown, coarse, and small gravel. . . . .. . . 
Sand, coarse, and large gra
el . . . . , . . 
S8.I1d, brown. . . . . . . . , . . 
 . . . . . . , . 
Sand, gray and brown, mixed, coarse. . , . . . . . 
Sand, dark gray, ooarse, and large . . . . . . . . 
Sa.n4, gray, ooarse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
S8.I1d, coarse, and large gravel . . , . . , . . . . 
Sand, coarse . . . . . . , . , . 
 . . , . . , . . 
Sand, ooarse, gravel, and boulders . . . . . , . . 
Clay, blue . . . . . . _ . . . . . .. . . . . f 
Boulders . . . . . " . , . . . . . 41 . . . . /I . . 
Mica sohist (shows biotite and muscovite). . , , . 


6 
4 
15 
40 
5 
15 
50 
5 
5 
20 
30 . 
5 
5 
50 
5 
5 
10 
10 
5 
6 
59.9 
.2 
15.8 


Depth 
(feet) 
6 
10 
25 
65 
70 
85 
135 
140 
145 
165 
195 
200 
205 
255 
260 
265, 
275 
285 
290 
296 
355.9 
356.1 
371.9 


Log of test well near F 28. Description from samples by F. G. Wells. 


Thickness 
(feet) 


Sand, buff, silty with pebbles (top soil). . . . . 
Sand, pinkish, ooarse, and small gztavel. Contains 
many fragments of diabase, schist, sandstone, 
granite, and various dark colored mineral 
gr!\ins. 


20 


45 


(Continued on next pa.ge) 


Depth 
(feet) 
20 


65 



K 528. (Continued). 


Sand, reddish, and a little clay, Driller reports 
o 1SJ'. , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , , . . 
Sand, coarse, pinkish, some small gravel, full of 
feldspar grains and large flakes of biotite and 
mu.scovi te _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . 
Same as depth 70-85, changing into fine sand from 
120 on. . . " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Same as depth 85-135 with a little yellow clay . 


SaIld. , fine . . . . . . . . , . . , . . . .. . . . , . 
Sand, brown, fine, with some brown clay. . . .. . 
Sand with small lumps of clay. . . , . . . . . . . . 
Sand, rounded to sub rounded with fragments of rock 
and various minerals common but not abundant. 
Sa.nd, coarse, and small gravel with much rock 
fragDlente . . . , , . . . , . . . . . . . . 
Same as depth 195-200, with large pebbles of 
silloeous schist up to 2 inches in diameter . 
Sand, dirty brown. . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . 
Sand, coarse to fine gravel, dark gray in color, 
full of dark minerals, and schist fragments . 
Sand, dark gray, coarse, and small gravel, many 
pebbles of schist diabase . . . . , . . . . . . , 
Sand, dark gray, coarse, angular, and small gravel, 
fragments of sandstone, diabase, schist, at 
bottom the material is very coarse. . . . . . . . 
Clay, dark gray, plastio with very little grit . . . 
At 356.9 feet a large boulder of either coarse 
diabase or diorite. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Fine granular purple drl111ngs show biotite, 
musoovite, purple mica, Looks like mica schist . 
Rook sample shows weathered granite rock. 
Feldspar turned to clay, some purple mica 


- - - - - - - - - - - 
 - - - - 
 - - - 


104, 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (teet) 
5 70 
15 85 
50 135 
5 140 
5 145 
20 165 
20 18; 
10 '195 
5 200 
5 205 
50 255 
5 260 
5 265 
31 296 
60 356 
1 357 
15 312 


. , 


K 529. (2 B, 4.1 N" ;.3 W.). Well F 29. Drilled by Sprague &: 
Henwood, Ino., in 1934. Altitude of street about 62 feet above sea level, 
Log begins at street level. Record furnished by owner. 


Clay, brown, 
Sand, brown, 
Sand, brown, 
olay. . " 
Sand, brown, 


and sand, few boulders. " . . . , . . " 
coarse, and gravel. . . . . . . " . . . 
coarse, and gravel mixed with yel
ow 


, . . . . 


, " . 


. . . . 


coarse. 


....."..... 


. . . . 


(Continued on next page) 


Thiokness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
22 22 
13 35 
5 40 
10 50 



K 529 (Continued), 


105. 


Thiokness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
Sand, brown, ooarse, and gravel mixed with trace 
of ye llow clay, , . . . . . . . . . . . . 1- . . 10 60 
Sand, reddish brown, coarse. t . , . . . . . . . . 30 90 
Sand, reddish brown, fine, mixed with traoe of 
red clay. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 110 
Sand, reddish brown. . , . . . 12 122 
Sand, reddish brown, fine. . . . . . . . . . . 3 125 
Sand., reddish brown. . . . . . . , . 5 130 
Sand, reddish brown, fine. . . . . . . . . . . 8 138 
Sand, reddish brown. . , . . . . . . . . 2 140 
Sand, reddish brown, fine, mixed with traoe of 
yellow olay . . . . . . . . . , . . . 5 145 

and, light brown, very fine, mixed with traoe of 
yellow olay . . . . , . . . . . . . , 16 161 
Sand, reddish brown, fine, and small gravel. . . . 19 'l80 
Sand, reddish brown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 204 
Sand, reddish brown, and small gravel. . . . . . . 9 213 
Sand, reddish brown, streaky, and. clay, no ,water . 7 220 


Soreen: 


45.3 feet of No. 20 slot Cook with bottom at 
145.3 feet. 


Pumping teats: 


Statio water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: 
Yield: 
Specific capacity: 


Static water level: 
Pumpins water level:. 
DrawdoWIl: 
Yield : 
Specifio oapacity: 


69.0 feet. 
93.9 feet. 
24.9 feet. 
893 gallons a minute, 
36. 


69.0 feet, 
85.7 feet. 
16 . 7 feet. 
600 gallons a minute. 
36. 


Chloride, 30 parts per million in 1934. Water level, -7.2 feet in 1934, 


K 530. (2 B, 3.7 N " 2.7 W.)" Well F 30. Drilled by Sprague & . 
Henwood Inc., 1934-1935. Altitude of street a.bout 33 feet above sea level. 
Log begins at street level, Record furnished by owner. 


Clay, yellow " . . . . . . . . . , . . 
Clay, yellow, gravel, and boulders . , 


(Continued on next page) 


Thickness 
(feet) 


Depth 
(feet) 


. . 


5 
5 


5 
10 



K 530. (Continued). 


Sand, brown, coarse, and ooarse gravel, and a 
Ii ttle clay . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, grayish brown, coarse, and coarse gravel 
with a trace of clay. .. ...... 
Sand, grayish brown, ooarse, and coarse gravel . . 
Sand, brown, coarse, and a little grave
 . . . . . 
Sand, brown, and trace of gravel . . . . . . . 
Sand, brown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, grayish brown, ooarse, and. coarse gravel 
Sand, brown, coarse, and a little fine gravel. 
Sand, brown, fine. . , . ,. ..... 
Sand, reddish brown. .... .. ...... 
Sand, reddish brown, coarse, and some fine gravel. 
Sand, reddish brown, coarse. . . . . .. 
Sand, reddish brown, coarse, and a little fine 
gravel. . . . . . . . . . . , . . 
Sand, brown, coarse. ... 
Sand, brown. . . . , . .. . . . . . . 
Sand, brown, fine. , . . . , . . . . . . . . 
Sand, brown, fine with trace of clay . . . . . 
Sand, brown, fine mixed with about 25 percent clay 
Sand, brown, fine, with trace of clay. , . , . . . 
Sand, brown, fine, mixed with about 30 percent clay 


. . . . 


Screen: 


50 feet with bottom at 145 feet. 


Pumping tests: 


Static water level: 
Pum?ing water level: 
Drawdown : 
Yield: 
Specific capacity
 


Static water level: 
Pumping water level: 
Drawdown: 
Y i e Id : 
Specific capacity: 


Thickness 
(feet) 


5 
5 
15 
20 
5 
12 
6 
7 
5 
10 
5 
10 


10 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 


106. 


Depth 
(feet) 


15 


20 
35 
55 
60 
72 
(8 
85 
90 
100 
105 
115 
125 
130 
135 
140 
145 
150 
155 

160 


43 feet. 
57 feet. 
14 feet. 
1,5UO galloris a minute. 
107 


43.U feet. 
60.8 feet. 
17.8 feet. 
1,900 gallons a minute. 
10"7. 


Chloride 1 34 parts per million in 1935. Water level, -4.9 feet in 1934. 


K 532. (2 B, 3.7 N., 1.5 W.). Test well. Drilled by Guaranteed 
Water Engineering Co., in 1930. Altitude of street 16 feet above mean sea 
level. Log begins about 5 feet below street level. 


(Continued on next page) 



107. 


K 532. (Continued). 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
Top soil . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 5 
Sand, brown, and gravel. . . . . . . . . . . 25 30 
Sand , fine, brown. . . . . . - . . . . . . . . 37 67 
Sand, fine, gray . . . . . . . . 39 l
 
Sand, fine, muddy. . . . . . . . . . 10 116 
Sand, brown, coarse, and. gravel. . . . . 17 133 
Sand, gray, packed . . . . . " . . . . . . " . . . 4 137 
Sand, brown, coarse, and gravel. . . 20 157 
Clay , tough, blue. . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 189 
Sand) coarse, blue . . . " . . . " 6 195 
Gravel, heavy. . . , . . . . . . " . . . 15 210 
Clay, blue, and boulders . . . . 24 234 
Sand, coarse, and gravel . . . . . . 3 237 
Clay , tough, blue. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 275 
Sand, blue, coarse, and gravel . . , . ,. . . 49 324 
Clay, white. . . . . . . . . . . . " . 73 397 
Hardpan - soft shale . . . . . , . . . . . . 23 420 
Rock, decomposed gran! te . . . . . . . . . 45 465 


Soreen: 8.inch drive pipe perforated from 305 feet to 320 
feet. 65 feet of open hole from 391 feet to 456 
feet. 


An automatio water-stage recorder was operated on this well from May 
28, 1935 to November 9, 1936. Thereafter water-level measurements have 
been made each week. 


Date 


1935 
June 1 
July 1 
Aug. 1 
Sept. 1 
Oct. 1 
Nov. 1 
Dec. 1 


Lowest water level, in feet below (-) mean sea level 


Water Water Water 
Level Date Level Date Level 
1936 1936 
-0.60 Jan. 1 -1.37 Sept. ,1 -1.25 
- .84 Feb. 1 -1,18 Oct. 4 -1.05 
-.98 Mar. 1 -I,ll Nov. 1 -1.00 
-1.11 Apr. 1 -.87 I Deo. 5 -1.24 
-1.14 May 1 - .68 1937 
-1.25 June 1 - .85 Jan, 2 -.92 
-1.29 July 1 -.96 Feb. 6 -.69 
Aug. 1 -1.11 Mar. 6 -.57 
Apr. 3 -.74 


MOre detailed water level data are available in the Jamaioa Office of 
the U. S. Geological Survey. 



K 533. (2 B, 5.5 N., 0.4 W.). Test well. Drilled by Sprague &: 
Henwood, November 1929. Altitude of street 42 feet above sea level. 
begins at street level. Record collected by J, H. Sanford, 


No saJD.ple. . . , . , . . . . . . . . . . . . · · · " 
Sand, ooarse, brown, some muck, and black magnetite. 
Sand, coarse, light brown, white silica clean, . , . 
Sand, finer, light brown, magnetite. . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, light brown. . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, light brown and. grayish, magnetite . . 
Sand, finer, light and grayish brown, masnetite. 
Sand, finer, light and. grayish brown, little clay, 


magIleti te . . . . . . . . . . . . " . . . . . . · 


Sand, fine to coarse, gr
 brown with little more 
clay. . , . . . . . . . . . , . . . . ., .,. 
Sand, fine, gray brown (considerable olay) . . , . , 
Clay, fine, dark gray, water tight . . . . . . , 
Sand, coarse, light brown with oyster shells ... 
Sand, coarse, brown (no shells). . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, brown, slightly clayey . . . , . . . " 
Sand, coarse, brown (no shells). . , #. . . . . 
Sand, coarse, light brown, some clay , . . . , . . . 
Sand, coarse, light gray-brown, no clay. . . . " . . 
Sand, coarse, dark gra.y-brown, no clay . . " ' 
Sand, dark gray-brown, coarse, and clean . . 
 
Sand, coarser, dark gray-brown, clean, water .., 
Sand, dark gray -brown, coarser, and. clean. . . . , , 
Sand, very coarse, lighter color " . . . , . " . 
Sand, coarse, light gray, and brown. , . . . , . 
Sand, very coarse, light gray, and brown ." ... 
Sand, very coarse, grayish with particles of 
brown s8.I1.d. . . . . . . . . . . " . . . . . .. . . 
Sand, finer, gray-brown with black muok. . . . . . . 
Clay, dark gray, sandy . . . . , . . . . , . . t , . 
Sand, gray-brown, coarse with mica, olean . . . . . 
Sand., dark gray, olean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, dark brown to gray with clay . . . . . . . . . 
Sand., dark brown to gray, coarse, some b lack muck. . 
Sand, coarse, dark . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . 
Sand, fine, brownish or dark gray with some muck . , 
Sand, brown-gray with gneiss boulders. . . . . . . , 


Thiokness 
(feet) 


30 
10 
20 
10 
10 
30 
10 


10 


10 
7 
3 
23 
10 
10 
10 
7 
10 
20 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
5 


108, 


Log 


Depth 
(feet) 
30 
40 
60 
70 
80 
110 
120 


130 
140 
147 
150 
1'73 
183 
193 
203 
210 
220 
240 
250 
260 
270 
280 
290 
300 
310 
320 
330 
340 
350 
360 
370 
380 
390 
395 


Note: Owner reports well plugged back to 295 feet, casing perforated 
from 280 to 290 feet. 


Description by F. G. Wells from glass tubes showing a re
roduotlon to 
scale of boring. 


(Continued on next page) 



K 533. (Continued). 


Sand and silt (soil) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 . . 
Sand, coarse, brown in color . . . . . . . . . 
Coarser than preceding but otherwise the same. 
Clay, gray .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine, buff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine, and clay . . . . . . . . . . 
Clay, lead. gray. . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, brown with fragments of shella .. . 
Sand, brownish gray, fine. . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine, yellowish gray .. . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, gray speckled, contains muoh rock material 
Sand, ooarse, gray, contains fragments of many 
kinds of rock . . . . . . . . . . . , 
Sand, fine, gray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Clay, dark gray. . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . 
SaIld, gr'a:y' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine, gra:y' . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . 
Sand, gr'a::! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, very fine grained, and clay.. . . .. . 
Sand, brown (looks glacial). . . . . . . . . 
Sand, driller reports gravel and boulders. . . 


. . . 


109. 


. . 


Thickness Depth 
(teet) (teet) 
30 30 
50 80 
32 112 
3 115 
25 140 
7 147 
3 150 
13 163 
27 190 
30 220 
30 250 
60 310 
7 317 
8 325 
25 350 
10 360 
15 375 
5 380 
5 385 


An automatic water-stage recorder was installed on this well on Septem- 
ber 7, 1932, and is still in operation. 


Lowest water level, in feet below (-) mean sea level 


Date 
1932 
Sept. 8 
Oct. 1 
Nov. 1 
Dec. 1 
1933 
Jan-:- 1 
Feb. 1 
Mar. 1 
Apr. 1 
May 1 
June 1 
July 1 
Aug. 1 
Sept. 1 
Oot. 1 
Nov. 1 
Dec. 1 


- 
ater Date Water Date Wat 
evel Level Le 
1934 1935 
9.09 Jan:-1 -20.93 
l -21. 
9.87 Feb. 1 -20.86 June 1 -21.82 
9.94 Mar. 1 -21.12 July 1 -22.02 
0.09 Apr. 1 -20.74 Aug. 1 -22.3 
May 1 -21.14 Sept.l -22.42 
0.06 June 1 -21.21 Oct. 1 -22.54 
0.18 July 1 -21.51 Nov. 1 -22.80 
0.24 Aug, 1 -21.61 Dec. 1 ...22.6 
0.20 Sept.l -21.79 1936 
0.24 Oot. 1 -21.86 Jan. 1 -22.60 
0.19 Nov. 1 ..21.74 Feb. 1 -22.63 
0.65 Dec. 1 -21.74 Mar. 1 -22.55 
0.92 1935 Apr. 1 -22.56 
0.52 Jan. 1 ...21.81 Ma3 1 -22. 
0.97 Feb. 1 -21.89 June 1 ..22.60 
0.78 I Mar. 1 ..21.88 July 1 ...2}.0 
0.87 Apr. 1 -21.73 AUS. 1 -23.32 


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110. 


K 533. (Continued) . 
Lowest water leve 1, in feet below (-) mean sea level 
Date Water Date Water Date Water 
Level Level Level 
1936 1937 1937 
Sept. 1 ..23.43 Jan. 1 -23.66 May 1 -23.42 
Oct. 1 -23.66 Feb. 1 ...23.38 June 1 -23.47 
Nov. 1 -23.11 Mar. 1 -23.29 July 1 -23.74 
Dec. 1 -23.77 Apr. 1 -23.24 Aug. 1 -23.86 
Sept. 1 -24.19 


MOre detailed water level data are available in the Jamaica Office of 
the U. S. Geological Survey. 


K534. (2B, 3.7 N., 1.5W.). 
of street 17 feet above sea level. 
furnimhed by owner. 


Test well. Drilled May 1915. Altitude 
Log begins at street level. Record 


Sand and clay. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine, gray (water) . . . . . . . 
Sand, changing in coarseness (water) . 
Sand, coarse, gravel (water) . . . . . . . 
Clay, blue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine, black (water). . . . . 
Clay, white. . . . . 
Mica rock. . . . . . . . . 
Clay, white, sandy . . . . . . . . . 
Clay, white, that oozed into the hole. This un- 
doubtedly was a loose strata of the mica rock 
with a mixed white clay. . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Mica or gneiss rock. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
35 35 
85 120 
30 150 
17 167 
123 290 
29 319 
30 349 
6 355 
66 421 
12 433 
36 .469 


Screen: 12 feet of 6-inch with bottom at 311 feet. 


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K 535. Gravesend pumping station WeIll. Well is 81.4 feet deep below 
measuring point. Measuring point is top of tiT'. on well 11 feet below street 
level. Altitude of measuring point, 7.03 feet above mean sea level. Week
 
water level measurements in this well were started on November 7, 1936 and 
have been continued to date. 


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K 535. (Continued) . 
Water level in feet above mean sea level 
Date Water Date Water Water 
Level Level Date Level 
1933 1937 1937 
Mar '- 30 2.6 Jan. 2 2.50 
l 2.25 
1936 Feb. 6 2.50 June 5 2.07 
Nov.. 7 2.23 Feb.27 2.49 July 3 2.00 
Dec. 5 2.53 Apr. 3 2.21 July 31 1.86 


MOre detailed water level data are available in the Jamaica Offioe of 
the U. S. Geological Survey. 
Chloride, 24 parts per million in 1931; 100 parts per million in 1932. 


There are 23 6-inch wells at this pumping station all connected by 
suction line. The pumping station has not been operated in recent years. 


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K 537. (3 B, 4.3 N., 4.2 W.). Canarsie pumping station 24-inch stove- 
pipe well 1. Drilled in 1909 by owner. Altitude of street about 19 feet 
above sea level. Log begins at street level. 


Sand, course, with a trace of gravel. . .. . . . 
Sand, fine, dirty, dark-colored. . . . . . . . . . 
. Sand, fine, dirty, dark.colored containing traces 
of fine gravel. . . . . . . . . . .. . . 
Sand, course, dark with 10 percent gravel . . . . 
Sand, course, dark with 20 percent gravel . . . . 
Sand, medium, dark with a trace of fine gravel. . 
Sand, fine, dark, very dirty . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, dark with 'a trace of gravel and broken shells. 
Sand, course with 20 percent very coarse gravel . 


Be
ord of Stovepipe Well 1 collected by W. O. Crosby. 


Sand, brown-gr
, little mica. . . . . 
Sand, coarse, brown-gray, little mioa. . . 
Sand, fine, brown-gray, little m tca . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, brown-gray, pebbles and mica . . , 
Sand, coarse, brown, a few olam and oyster shel1a 
Sand, fine, gray, little mica.. . . . . . . . .. 


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Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
51 51 
46 97 
34 131 
10 141 
6 .147 
12 159 
14 173 
20 193 
20 213 


50 
7 
4 
23 
21 
26 


50 
57 
61 
84 
105 
131 



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K 537. (Continued). 


Thickness Depth 
(teet) (feet) 


Sand, coarse, and. ooarse gravel. The sample 
included two pebbles of pink biotite 
grani te, hard and aound, one of red sand- 
stone, one of quartz, oonglomerate, and 
others of slate, trap and quartz. No 
granite-was noted belo
 141 feet. . . . . . 
Sand, brown-gray, very uniform. . .. . . . . 
Sand, fine, brown-gray, little mica. 
Sand, brown-gray, little mica. . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, brown-gray, and fine gravel, no 
granite, broken shells noted by driller . . 
Sand, coarse, brown-gray, and medium gravel, no 


16 
12 
14 
10 


147 
159 
173 
183 
193 


10 


gI'an1 te . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . · · · . 


20 


213 


The pebbles below 183 feet are mainly quartz sandstone and quartz, and 
are well rounded. 


Canaraie Well 5. Well is 154.7 feet deep below measuring point. 
Measuring point is top of "Tn on well 13 feet below stree,t level. Altitude 
of measuring point is 8.13 feet above mean sea level. Weekly water level 
measurements in this well were started on February 1, 1936 and have bo.n 
continued to date. 


Water level in feet below (-) mean sea level 


Date Water Date Water Date Water 
Level Level Level 
19 

 1 -5.60 Aug. 29 -5.95 Fer;:-27 -5.07 
Feb. 29 -5.45 Oct. 3 -5.74 Apr. 3 -5.32 
Mar. 28 -5.19 Oct. 31 -5.80 Ma.1 1 -5.38 
May 2 -5.04 Nov. 28 -6.06 June 5 -5.48 
May 30 -5.22 1937 July 3 -5.69 
July 2 -5.50 Jan. 2 -5.60 July 31 -5.90 
Aug. 1 -5.77 Jan. 30 -5.31 


MOre detailed water level data are available in the Jamaica Office of 
the UL S. Geological Survey. 


Canarsie Well 17. Well is 61.38 feet deep below measuring point. 
Measuring point 1s top of "T" on well 13 feet below street level. Altitude 
of measuring point, 8.19 feet above mean sea level. Weekly water level 
measurements in this well were started on October 24, 1936 and have been 
continuod to date. - 


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113. 
K 537. ( Cont 1nued) , 
Water level in feet below (-) mean sea level 
Date Water De,te Wat er Date Water 
Level . Level Level 

 
 1937 
Oc t . 24 -5.61 Jan. 30 -5.18 May 1 -5.28 
Nov. 7 -5.76 Feb. 6 -5.06 June 5 -+5.39 
Dec. 5 -6.01 Feb. -27 -4.95 July 3 -5.58 
1937 Apr. 3 -54/22 July 31 -5.80 
Jan. 2 ""'15.47 


More detailed water level data are available in the Jamaica Office of 
the U. S. Geological Survey. 


There are 16 6-inch wells at this pumping station, all connected by 
suction line. Pumping station has not been operated in recent years. 



 
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K 538. (3 C. 0.3 N.. 2.1 W.). Well 9, New Lots pumping stat ion. 
Altitude of street about 10 feet above sea level. Record furnished by owner, 


Clay. dark blue, and sand. .. . . . . . .. . . 
Sand, fine, sharp. , . . . . .. . .. . . . . 
Sand. fine, sharp. . . .. .. . . . . . . ... . 
Sand, fine. sharp, and traces of mica. . , , .. . . 
Sand and traces of mica. ... . . . . . . . . 
Sand and fine gravel . . . . . . . .. .. . . . . . . 
Clay, light-colored. . . 
Clay, dark blue. . . . " . .... .. . 
Clay, dark blue. and sand. . . . . .. . . 
Sand, coarse, and gravel . , . . . . . . . . . . .. 
Sand. fine, red. and gravel. . . . . , . 
Clay, dark blue. . . . . . . , 
Gravel. coa.rse . " .. .. . . . 
Sand, gray, and gravel , . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine, red. . . . . . . . . 


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Thickness 
(feet) 


5 
5 
15 
20 
10 
15 
2 
4 
13 
3 
25 
5 
3 
11 
36 


Depth 
(feet) 


5 
10 
25 
45 
55 
70 
72 
· 76 
89 
92 
117 
122 
125 
136 
172 


Water level, 0.7 feet above mtan sea level on March 30, 1933, There 
are 50 6-inch wells at this pumping station all connected by suction line. 
Pumping station has not been operated in recent years, 



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K 541. (1 B, 2.8 N., 0.7 W.). Drilled in 1916. Altitude of street 
about 90 feet above sea level. Record collected by W. O. Crosby. 


Clay, red, gravelly. . . . . 
Gravel, fine, water-bearing. . 


Thickness 
(feet) 
74 
46 


Depth 
(feet,) 
74 
120 


There are 9 6-inch wells, 120 to 150 feet deep, and 6 10-inch wells 
300 feet deep on this property. Chloride, 15 parts per million in 1916; 
43 parts per million in September 1917. Hardness, 155 parts per mdllion. 
The pumping stations are now abandoned. 


K 543. (3 C, 1.2 N., 2.7 W.). Test well 5, New Ridgewood Reservoir. 
Drilled by Brooklyn Water Department in 1895. Altitude about 61 feet above 
sea level. An abbreviated log of this well is given in U. S. Geological 
Survey Professional Paper 44, page 191. The following record is furnished 
by the present owner. . 


Top soil . . . . . . . . 
Gravel, brown, and sand.. . . 
Sand, fine, yellow . . 
Gravel, coarse . . 
Gravel . . . . . . . 
Sand, sharp, gray. 
Gravel, brown, and sand. 
Clay, blue, with traces of decayed wood. 
Sand, dark gray. . 
Clay, blue . . 
Sand., black. . 


Thickness 
(feet) 
16 
24 
11 
11 
26 
43 
62 
'7 
16 
64 
4 


Depth 
(feet) 
16 
40 . 
51 
62 
88 
131 
193 
200 
216 
280 
284 


The following log, by W. O. Crosby, appears to be based on his study 
of samples from well 5. 


Thickness 
(feet) 


Sand, brown and gray, and gravel. . . . . . . . . . 
. Gravel, coarse, and sand, abundant granitic material 
Sand, gray, and. fine gravel, some mica and. granite 
Sand, coarse, gray, and fine gravel, fragments of 
oyster shells . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Gravel, coarse, arkose sandstone, oyster shells . . 
Sand, gray, with oyster shells . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, yellow, and facetted stones. . . . 
Clay, blue, and gray with trace of lignit
 . . 


35 
12 
33 


2 
6 
1 
5 
3 


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Depth 
(feet) 


35 
47 
80 
82 
88 
89 
94 
97 



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K 543. 


(Continued) . 


Thickness 
(feet) 


Depth 
(feet) 


Sand, yellow, and fine gravel, trace of granite. 
Clay, sandy, blue, trace of lignite. . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, gray, fine gravel, trace of clay. 
Sand, coarse, yellow, micaceous. . . . . 
Clay, blue, no lignite . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, gray, and trace of clay. 
Sand, reddish brown, and gravel. 
Clay, gray . . . . 
Sand,' dark, silty.. ..... 
Clay
 gray, silty.. .... 
Silt, gray, and gravel, containing large daxk- 
colored pebbles about one-fourth of which 
are quart z . . . . . . 


4 
4 
2 
1 
2 
1 
81 
8 
16 
65 


101 
105 
107 
108 
110 
III 
192 
200 
216 
281 


3 


284 


K 557. Chloride, 36 parts per million in 1936. 


K. 575. There ,is one diffusion well on this .property, 30 inches in 
diaI!Lj tel' , 48 feet deep. 


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K 576. (1 B, 2.3 N., 1.5 W.). Drilled by C. W. Lauman & Co., Decem- 
ber 1934, January 1935. Altitude of street about 82 feet above sea level. 
Log begins about 15 feet below street level. Driller's log. 


Boulders and clay. 
Hardpan. . . . . . . . . 
Clay, red., sandy . 
Sand, coarse, 'tmd pebbles. 


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ThiJkness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
7 7 
4 11 
59 70 
38 108 


Screen: 


16 feet of 8-inch No. 25 slot Johnson Evcrdur set at 105 feet. 


Specific capacity.: 10 gallons a minute per foot of drawdown. 


K 577. (2 B, 1.7 N., 0.2 W.). Drilled by C. W. Lauman & Co., Spring 
of 1936. Altitude of street 12 feet above sea level. Log begins at street 
level. Driller's log. 


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K 577. 


(Continued) . 


Fill, ashes. . . . . 
Marsh muck . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, brown. . 
Sand, fine, brown. . . . . . 


Thickness 
(feet) 
12 
18 
28 
42 


Screen: 


8.3 feet of Johnson Everdur set at 100 feet. 


Capac i ty : 


116 


Depth 
(feet) 


12 
;0 
58 
100 


Pump set to do 69 gallons a minute (17 foot draw- 
down). (On test run 120 gallons a minute was pumped 
with 23 foot drawdown). 


K 578. (3 C, 0.1 N., 4.1 W.). Drilled by C. W. Lauman & Co., in 
1935. Altitude of street 44 feet above sea level. Log begins 6 feet below 
street level. Driller's log. 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
40 40 
18 58 
28 86 


Sand, very coarse. 
Sand, fine, clean. 
Sand . . . . . . . . . 


Screen: 


10.8 feet set at 86 feet. 


There 1s one diffusion well on this property, ;0 inches in diameter, 
24 feet deep. 


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,K 579. (2 C, 4.2 N., 1.3 W.). Drilled by Reilly. Altitude of street 
7 feet above sea level. Log begins at street level. Record collected by 
J. H. Sanford. 


Glacial deposits . . 
Bedrock. . . 


Thickness 
(feet) 
82 
743 


Depth 
(feet) 
82 
825 


; K 580. (2 B, 2.0 N., 1.0 W.). Drilled by C. W. Lauman & Co., December 
13-19, 1934. Altitude of street about 18 feet above sea level. Log begins 
3 feet below street level. Description by G. H. Clark from examination of 
samples. 


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K 580. 


( Continued) . 


Sand., coarse, brown,', and fine gravel . . . . 
Sand, clayey, and gravel . . .. ... . . 
Sand, medium to coarse, brown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, medium, brown, clean .. .... 
Sand, fine to medium, brown. . 
Screen: 12 feet of No. 20 slot Johnson Everdur. 


15 
22 
13 
12 
4 


Depth 
(feet) 
15 
37 
50 
62 
66 


Thickness 
(feet) 


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K 582. There is one diffusion well on this ;Property. 


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K 584. (1 B, 3.1 N., 1.2 W.). Drilled by J. L. Harper
 Altitude of 
street 60 feet below sea level. Log begins at street level. Record collec- 
ted by J. H. Sanford. 


sam, dry. . . . . . . . . . . . . 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
23 23 
82 105 
25 130 
15 145 


Sand, gravel, and many boulders. . 
Gravel, coarse, water-bearing. . 
Clay, blue . . . . . 


K 591. Hardness, 55 parts per million. 


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K 619. (3 B, 5.4 N., 3.5 W.). Drilled by Layne-New York Co., in 1937. 
Altitude of street 25 feet above sea level. Log bogins at street level. 
Record collected by J. H, Sanford. 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 


SaIld. · . · · · . · . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 41 41 
Sand, light brown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 85 126 
Sand, containing "clay balls" . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 19 145 
Sand, dark brown . · · . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86 231 
Clay, soft, blue -gra:y - few sandy streaks. . . . . . . 143 374 
Cl
, sandy, hard, blue. Core sample shows fairly 
.uniform mixture of hard sand and clay. . . . .. . .. 49 423 
Clay, light gray · · . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 428 


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K 619. 


(Continued) . 


Thickness 
(feet) 


Gravel, mostly white silica; some black particles 
mixed with light brown sand containing 
scattered greenish particles. ....... 
Bedrock or boulders - too hard to get any returns 
with rotary bit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 


23 


118 


Depth 
(feet) 


451 


K 635. (1 B, 2.0 N., 0.1 W.). Drilled by C. Vi. Lauman & Co., August 
1935. Description by G. H. Clark from examination of samples. 


Thickness 
(feet) 


Topsoil, brown, sand. and gravel .. coarse, poorly 
sorted. . . . . . . . . . . . . 


40 
12 
6 
6 
11 


Sand, coarse brown, and fine gravel. . . 
Sand, brown, medium to coarse. . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, brown, some gravel . . . . 
Sand, brown. . . . . . . . . 


Depth 
(feet) 


40 
52 
58 
64 
75 


Screen: 


12 feet of 8-inch No. 25 slot Johnson steel screen 
set a.t 75 feet. 


Static water level: 12 feet. 
Drawdown: 4 feot 
Yield: 75 gallons a minuto. (Not tested to limit). 


K 636. (1 B, 2.6 N., 0.3 W. Drilled by C. W. Lauman & Co., April 
1935. Log begins at street level. Driller's log. 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
42 42 
18 60 
25 85 
13 98 


Clay a.r1d stonos. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, and gravel, and dark red clay. . 
Sand, coarse, with about 20 percent red clay . 
Sand., coarse, brown, with about 10 percent red. clay. 


Static water level: 54 feet. 


K 637. (2 C, 2.8 N., 1.4 W.). Drilled by C. W. Lauman & Co., in 1937. 
Log begins at basement floor. Driller's log. 


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K 637. 


(Continued) . 


Boulders, clay, and water. 
Gravel, l
ge, and. sand. 
Gravel and sand. .... 
Clay, gray . . . . . . . . 


Thiokness 
(feet) 
27 
18 
45 
10 


Soreen: 


21.9 feet of 8-inch No. 30 slot. set at 90 
feet. . 


119 


Depth 
(feet) 
27 
45 
90 
100 


Static water level: 



2 feet from top of well which is level with 
basement floor. 


Log of 12-inch diffusion well (gravel paok type). 


Thickness 
(feet) 


Clay with boulders . . 
Sand, coarse . . . . . 


Screen: 20 feet of 12-inch slotted pipe. 


Depth 
(feet) 


11 
29 


11 
40 


K 638. (2 C, 0.4 N., 4.0 W.). Altitude of street 9 feet above sea 
level. Log begins at street level. Record collected by J. H. Sanford. 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
9 9 
1 10 
133 143 
1 144 
14 158 


Fill . . . . . . . . 
Bog. . . . . . . . . 
Clay, brown, and boulders. . 
Clay, blue . . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, gray, containing small amount bf 
clay, water-bearing. . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, gray, .some gravel,water-bearing. . 


K 639. (2 C, 0.1 N., 4.0 W.). Drilled by Sweeney and Gray. Altitude 
of street 28 feet above sea level. Log begins at street level. Record 
collected by J. H. Sanford. 


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K 639. 


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Filled ground. . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand and clay, brown, some boulders. . 
Sand, dirty gr
ish, with thin streaks 
some water. . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sa.nd and gravel, clean, gray . 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
. . . . . 30 30' 
. . . . . . 120 150 
of clay, 
20 170 
20 ,,: 190 
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K 640. Record of borings between Old Slip (Manhattan) and Montague 
Street, (Brooklyn). Record. collected by W. O. Crosby. Bedrock determined 
by C. P. Berkey. 


Bedrock Bedrock 
altitude penetrated 
( feet 5 ( feet ) 


Nature of bedrock 


No. Location 


1 Near Old Slip -33.3 21.0 Coarse mica schist. 
2 800 feet cast 
of pier 
.head. -46.3 11.0 Hornblende schist. 
:3 1,040 feet east 
of pier . \heoo.. -50.3 11.0 Granite gneiss. 
4 1,425 feet east 
of pier hood. .68.3 8.0 Pegmatite and. gneiss. 
5 Pier (Brooklyn). No rock a.t altitude of -71.51 feet. 
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K 641. Record of boring 1
400 feet east of Pineapple Street pier 
head. Record oollected by W. O. Crosby. Bedrock determined by C. P. Berkey. 
Altitude of bedrock, -64.28 feet. Granite gneiss penetrated to depth of 
11.0 feet. 


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K 642. Record of borings betwcen Beekman Street (Manhattan) and 
Cranberry Street (Brooklyn). Record collected by W. O. Crosby. Bedrock 
determined by C. P. Berkey. 


No. 


Location 


Bedrock 
altitude 
( feet ) 


Bedrock 
penetrated 
(f eet ) 


Nature of bedrock 


1 


925 feet ea.st 
of pier head. 
100 feet east 
of pier head. 


-92.28 


3.0 


Mica sohist (bop.lders 1) . 


2 


Rock on boulders at altitude -91.51 feet. 



K 643. (2 B, 2.5 N., 1.2 W.). Test well 15. Altitude of street 
. about 15 feet above sea level. Log begins at street level. Reoord 
r
ished by owner. 


Sand, light brown. . . .. ... 
Sand, fine to very fine, light brown . . . . 
Sand, fine, dark brown . 
Sand, fine, light brown. 
Sand, fine, dark brown . 
Sand, brown. . . ... ... 
Sand, coarse, brown with fair proportion of fine 
sand. and coarse gravel, proportion of gravel 
increasing with depth. .. ....... 


Thiokness 
(feet) 
18 
9 
23 
22 
28 
12 


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30 


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121 


Depth 
(teet) 
18 
17 
50 
12 
100 
112 


142 


K 644. (2 B, 2.1 N., 3.4 W.). Teat well 16. Altitude of street 
about 25 feet above sea level. Log begins at street level. Record furnished 
by owner. 


Thiokness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
4 4 
3 7 
13 20 
14 34 
6. 40 
10 50 
8 58 
11 69 
20 89 
1 90 
11 101 
12 119 
8 121 
3 130 
.,8 138 
8 146 
4 150 
1.5 151.5 
1.5 153 


Yellow top soil. . . . . . . . . 
Sand, rough, brown, and. gravel . 
Sand, fine, brown. . . . . . .. ..... 
Sand, rough, brown, and fine gravel. . 
Sand, brown, and large gravel. . . . 
Sand, brown, and fine gravel . . . . 
Sand., fine, brown, and small grtlvel. 
Sand, rough, brown, and fine gravel. . . . . . 
Sand, tine, brown
 . . . . . . 
Sand, rough, brown, and gravel 
Sand, rough, brown . . . . . . . 
Sand, brown, and small gravel. . 
Sand, fine, brown. . . . . . . 
Sand, rough, brown, and fine gravel. . 
Gravel, fine, and rough brown sand . . . 
Sand, fine, brown. . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine, rough, brown. . . . . 
Gravel, large, and. rough brown sand. . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, brown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 


K 645. 
sea level. 


(2 C, 0.4 N., 3.8 W.). Altitude of street about 15 feet above 
Log begins at street level. Record collected by W. O. Crosby. 


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K 645. 


(Continued) . 


Sand, fine . . . . 
Clay, blue . . . . 
Sand, main
y fine. 


....... 


Thickness 
(feet) 
40 
10 
46 


Depth 
(feet) 
4G 
50 
96 


Shells found 80 to 82 feet 


K 646. (2 C, 0.4 N., 3.6 W.). Drilled by Boyd Engineering Co., in 
1908. Altitude of street about 10 feet above sea level. Log begins at 
street level. Record furnished by owner. 


Filled ground. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Clay, blue and red, and hardpan. . 
SElIld. . .. ...,. 
Sand, coarse, black. . . . . . . . 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
;0 '0 
70 100 
65 165 
23.3 188.3 


Record collected by W. O. Crosby. 


Filled ground. .. . 
Cl83', blue . . . 
Hardpan (till) . '. 
Clay, red. . . . . . . . . 
San.d . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, black. . . . . . 


30 
25 
52 
47 
31 
9 


;0 
55 
107 
154 
185 
194 



 


K 647. (2 C, 0.5 N., 4.2 W.). Drilled by Boyd Engineering- Co., in 
1907. Altitude of street about 10 teet above sea level. Log begins at 
street level. Record collected by W. 0, Crosby. 


Filled ground. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Many alternations of hardpan, coarse and fino 
gra.vel, sand, and. blue and. red clay . 


Thiokness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
30 30 
172 202 


There are five wells at this location ranging in depth from 171 feet to 
202 feet. 



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K 648. (2 C., 0.3 N., 3.6 W.). Test hole l6W27. Drilled by Boyd 
Engineering Co. Altitude of street, 38 feet aboT6 sea level. Log begins 
at street level. Record collected by J. H. Sanford. 


- - .. 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
19 19 
1 20 
2 22 
13 35 
29 64 
21 85 
65 150 
2 152 
33 185 
12 197 
- - - - 


Filled ground. 
Gravel . . . 
Clay, blue . 
Gravel, red. . 
Hardpan. . . . . . . 
Boulders . . 
Sarn . . . . . . . 
Clay, blue . . 
Sand; coarse . . 
Gravel . 


K 649. (2 C, 0.3 N., 3.7 W.). Drilled by Boyd Engineering Co. in 1908. 
Altitude of s
reet about 10 feet above sea level. Log begins at street 
level. Record collected by W. O. Crosby. 


Filled ground (average). . . . . . . . . . . . 
Many alternations of hardpan, coarse and fine 
gravel and. saud, and. blue and red clay . . 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (fe.et) 
25 25 
175 200 


There are two wells at this location. 


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 - - - - - - - - - - - - - 
 - - - 


K 650. (2 C, 0.2 N., 3.7 W.). Drilled by Boyd Engineering Co., in 
1908. Altitude of street about 10 feet above sea level. Log begins at 
street level. Record furnished by owner. 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 


Filled ground. . 
Boulders . . . . . 
Sand. and. gravel. 
Clay, blue . . . . 
Sand, coarse, black. . 
Gravel . . . . . . . . 


15 
30 
76 
41 
15 
18 


15 
45 
121 
162 
117 
195 



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K 651. (2 C, 0.6 N., 3.7 W.). Altitude of street about 15 feet 
Above sea level. Log begins at street level. Reoord collected by 
W. O. Crosby. 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 


SaIld . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Hardpan (boulder clay) with "oyster shells". . 
Gravel, coarse . . . . 


80 
70 
15 


80 
150 
/165 


K 652. (2 C, 0.5 N., 3.6 W.). Drilled by Boyd Engineering Co., in 
1907. Record furnished by owner, 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 


Filled ground. . . , . . . . . . . 
Clay, blue .. . , . . . 
Gra va 1 . . .. . . 
Hardpan aIld gravel . . . . . . . . . 
Clay, blue, sand, and gravel . 


32 
10 
9 
92 
57 


32 
42 
51 
143 
200 


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 - - 


K 653. (2 0, 0.6 N., 3.7 W.). Drilled by Boyd Engineering Co., 1906- 
1908. Altitude of street about 10 feet above soa level. Log begins at 
street level. Record collected by W. O. Crosby. 


Filled ground. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Alternations of hardpan, coarse and fine gravel, 
sand, and red and blue clay . . . . . . 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
12 12 
163 175 


Several of the gravels are water-bearing to a limited extent. 


There are ten wells at this location. 


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 - - - - - - - - - - - - 


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K 654. (2 0, 1.2 N., 3.9 W.). Test hole 98, Contract 214. Drilled 
by Sprague & Henwood Inc., July 9, 1924. Altitude of street 25 feet above 
sea level. Log begins at street level. Record furnished by owner. 


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K 654. 


(Continued) 


Sand, fine, and clay . 
Sand, fine . . . . 
Sand., medium gray. 
Granodiori te . . 


Thickness 
(feet) 
40 
60 
24.7 
33.9 


Depth 
(teet) 
40 
100 
124.7 
158.6 


K 655. (2 'C., 1.3 N., 3.4 W.). Test hole 88, Contract 214. Drilled 
by Sprague & Henwood, Inc., June 20, 1924. Al ti tude of street 39 feet above 
sea level. Log begins at street level. Record furnished by owner, 


Sand, coarse, and clay 
Sand, coarso . . . 
Sand and gravel. . 


........ 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
30 30 
1 31 
12 43 
133 176 
4 180 
3 183 
3.8 186.8 
3.2 190 
5 195 
19 214 


SaIld. . . . . . . . 


. . . 


Sand and boulders. .... 
Sand, fine . . . . . . . 
Boulder and clay . . . . . . . 
Clay and disintegrated rock. 
Disintegrated rock . . 
Gneiss 


K 656. (2 C, 1.4 N., 3.4 W.). Test hole 100, Contraot 214. Drilled 
by Sprague & Henwood Inc., July 9, 1924. Al ti tude of street 43 feet above 
sea level. Log begins at street level. Record furnished by owner. 


Sand and clay. . 
Sand . . . . . . . 
Quartz.ite. . . 
Gneiss . 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
40 40 
. . . 92.5 132.5 
. . . . . 1.2 133.7 
. . . 25.7 159.4 
- - - - - - - - - - - - .. - - .. - 


K 657. (2 C, 1.0 N., 3.1 W.). Altitude of- street 44 feet above sea 
level. Log begins at street level. Record collected by W. O. Crosby. 


Gravel, sand, cl
, and boulders. . . . . . . . . . 
Sand and gravel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 
Bedrock. . . . . . . . . . . . .'. . . . . . . . . . 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (teet) 
95 95 
111 206 , 
21.8 227.8 



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K 658. (2 C, 1.8 N., 2.7 W.). Test hole 61, Contract 214. Drilled 
by Sprague & Henwood Inc., May 13, 1924. A1 ti tude of street 61 feet abo
e 
sea level. Log begins at street level. Record furnished by owner. 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
41 41 
14 55 
60 115 
20 135 
29.5 164.5 
16.8 181.' 
20.5 201.8 


S8.I1d, brown. . . . . . . . . . ... . . 
Sand and gravel. . . . . . . 
Sand, brown. . . . , . . . . . 
Sand and silt, slate-colored . . 
Silt, gray . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Clay, bluish . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Gran.odiori te .. ............ '. 


K 659. (2 C, 1.4 N., '.2 W.). Record of' boring. Altitude of street 
38 feet above sea level. Log begins at street level. Record collected by 
w. o. crosby. 


Sand and boulders. 
Bedrock. 


Thickness 
(feet) 
144.7 
25.' 


t . ., 


. . . . 


Depth 
(feet) 
144.7 
170 


K 660. (2 C, 1.5 N., 3.' W.). Record of boring. Altitude of street 
about 35 feet above sea level. Log begins at street level. Record collected 
by W. o. Crosby. 


Thickness 
(feet) 


Sand and boulders. . 
Bedrock. . . 


102 
23 


. . .. . . . . . 


Depth 
(feet) 


102 
125 


K 661. (2 C, 1.8 N., '.2 W.). Test hole 104, Contract 214. Drilled 
by Sprague & Henwood Inc., August 10, 1924. Al tl tude of street 54 feet above 
sea level. Log begins at street level. Record furnished by owner. 


Thickness Depth 
(feat) (feet) 
4 4 
13 17 
26 43 
14 57 
15 72 
10 82 


Loam. and filled ground 
Gravel and sand. 


........ 


. . . . . 


Gravel . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand and gravel. . . . 
Sand, coarse, brown. . 
San.d
 gray . . . . . . 


, . 


. . . . 


. . 


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K 661. (Continued). 


Thickness 
(feet) 


Sand, fine, gray . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, micaceous. . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, light brown. . . . . . . . . 
Sand, groay . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, bluish, and a little clay. . 
Granodiorite . . . . . 


10 
15 
13 
5 
3 
20.3 


127 


Depth 
(feet) 
92 . 
107 
120 
125 
128 
148.3 


K 662. (2 C, 2.7 N., 3.8 W.). Test boring at bulkhead line at 
Manhattan Bridge. Log begins at river level. Record collected by J.H. 
SanfOrd. 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
20 20 
16 36 
2 38 
48 86 
6 92 
(] 98 
10 108 


Water. . . . . . . 
Silt . . 
Hardpan. . 
Sand . . 
Gravel, fine 
Gravel . 
Rock . . 


. . . . . 


K 663. (2 C, 2.1 No., 2.8 W.). Test hole 78, Contract 214. Drilled 
by Sprague & Henwood Inc., June 4, 1924. Altitude of street 14 feet above 
sea level. Log begins at street level. Record furnished by owner. 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
. . . . 22 22 
8 30 
32 62 
53 115 
20 135 
25 160 
5 165 
10.2 175.2 
20 195.2 


Sffiid, coarse, brown. . 
Silt, gray .. . 
Sand, brown. . 
Sand, white. 
Silt, gray. . 
Sand, white. 
Gravel, fine . . . . . . 
No record. . 
Granodiorite . 



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K 664. (2 C
 2.4 N., 2.5 W.). Test hole 41, Contract 214. Drilled 
by Sprague & Henwood Inc., January 31, 1924. Altitude of street 17 feet 
apove sea level. Log begins at street level. Record furnished by owner. 


j . 


Thickness 
(feet) 


Clay and sand. . . . . . . . . . 
Sand and. clay, brown . . . . . 
Gravel, fine, some boulders. . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, black and white. 
Clay, black and blue . 
Granodiori te ..... 


7 
4 
66 
44.6 
37.7 
20 


. . . . . 


. .. . . 


Depth 
(feet) 
7 
11 
77 
121.6 
159.3 
179.3 


K 665. (2 C, 2.2 N., 2.6 W.) Test hole 51, Contract 214. Drilled 
by Sprague 
 Henwood Inc., March 1, 1924. Altitude of street 12 feet above 
sea level. Log begins at street level. Becord furnished by owner. 


Sand, brown. . . . . . 
Clay, slate-colored. 
Granodiorite . . . . . 


Thickness 
(feet) 
120.5 
31.6 
17.7 


Depth 
(feet) 
120.5 
152.1 
169.8 



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K 666. (2 C, 2.6 N., 2.2 W.). Test hole 22, Contract 214. Drilled 
by Sprague & Henwood Inc., December 18, 1923. Altitude of street 55 feet 
above sea level. Log begins at street level. Record furnished by owner. 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 


C lay and coarse brown sand . . 
Sand, brown, clay, and grave 1. . 
Sand, coarse, brown. . . . . . . 
Sand, brown, and gravel. . . . . . . · 
Sand, fine, brown. . . . . . . . . . . . . · 
Sand, pepper.colored . . . . . 
 . . 
Boulders and sand. 
Granodiorite 


10 
20.2 
24.8 
4 
17 
93.2 
24.8 
20 


. . . 


10 
30.2 
55 
59 
76 
169.2 
194 
214 


K 667. (2 C, 2.8 N., 2.0 W.).: Test hole 83, Contract 214. Drilled 
by Sprague & Henwood Inc., July 1, 1924. Alti tude of street 45 feet above 
sea level. Log begins at street level. Record furnished by owner. 


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Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
6 6 
8 14 
15 29 
11 40 
29 69 
21 90 
30 120 
24 144 
5 149 
11 160 
28.3 188.3 
13.2 201.5 
.. - - .. 


K 667. 


(Continued) . 


San.d, red. . . . . . It . . . 
Silt, brown. . . . . . . . . . . 
Clay and Band., yellow. . . . . 
Sand. and gravel, light brown . 
Sa.nd, coarse, brown, and grav 1. 
Sand, white. . . . . 
Sand, brown. . . " . 
Sand, white. . . . 
Clay, stiff, brown 
Sand, blue
white . 
Sand, wi te . . . . . . . . . . 
Granodiorite . 


· f · 


. . . . 


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K 668. (2 C, 1.0 N., 4.1 W.,). Test hole 310, Contract 221. Drilled 
"
by Osborne Drl11in"g Corp. June 4, 1927. Altitude of street 57 feet above 
sea level. Log begins at street le el. Record furnished by owner. 


Thickness 
(f'eet) 


Sand with some bouldors. . 
Gneiss 


179.7 
20 


Depth 
(feet) 


179.7 
199.7 


K 669. (2 C, 1.0 N., 4.3 W.). Tost holo 3l1a, Contract 221. Drilled 
by Osborne Drilling Corp. June 20, 927. Altitude of street 48 feet above 
sea level. Log begins at street le el. Record furnished by owner. 


Gravel and sand. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Gne is s . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 


Thickness 
(feet) 
162.1 
20 


Depth 
(feet) 
162.1 
182 ",1 


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K 670. (2 C, 2.9 N., 2.0 W.). Test hole 105, Contraot 2
4. Drilled 
by Sprague & Henwood Inc., July 21, 1924. Altitude of street- 30 feet above 
sea level. Log begins at street le al. Record ,furnished by owner. 
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Note: Water at 
2.
 feet on Jtly 12, 1924. 
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K 67
. (2 C, 2.5 N., 3.6 W.)I. Test hole 87, Contract 38. Drilled by 
Snare & Triest Co. October 1909. A
titude of street 37 feet above Bea level. 
Log begins at street level. Recordi furnished by owner. 
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I 
Sand, with a few boulders near! top 
Gneiss .; . 
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K 672. (2 C, 3.0 N., 1.9 W,)l Tost hole '27, Contract 214. Drilled by 
Sprague & Henwood Inc., December 1,11923 . Altitude of street 20 feet above 
sea level. Log begins at street le1el. Record furnished by owner. 
1 
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Sand, brown, and. loam. . . . .1. . . . . . . . 
Sand., coarse, brown, and gravef. . . . . . . . . 
Sand, medium coarse, brown, az4 gravel. . . . . 
Clay, gray, micaceous sand., qu
cksa.nd, gravel, and 
carbonaceous material. . l . . . . . .'. . . .. 
Sand, fine, micaceous, and Claro . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine, reddish clay, and Carbonaceous material. 
Sand, fine, light greenish, 
 tan clay . . . . . . 
. . 1 · 
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Ie 670. 


(Continued) . 


Filled ground and loam 
Loam and gravel. .. ........ 
Sand, coarse, brown. . . . . . 
Sand, brown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine, brown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, brown, and small gravel. . 
Sand, brown. . . . . . . . . .1. . , . 
Sand, fine, brown. . . . . . . 1 ' · . · · · · · · · 
Sand, fine gray with aome clay . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, dark red, and clay . · . .J.. . · · . . . . · . 
Sand, green, and light red Cl ar . . . . . . . . . 
Sa:nd, green, and white clay. .1 . . . . . . . . . 
Granodiorite . . . . . . . . 


. . . 


Sand . . . . . . 


Sand, brown. . . . . . . . . 
Sand, groenish . . . . . . 
Sand and gravel, greonish. . . 
Granodiorite . . . . . . . 


Thickness 
(feet) 


5 
15 
10 
15 
10 
10 
15 
15 
10 
12 
8 
20.5 
20 


Thickness 
(feet) 


113.4 
21.6 


Thickness 
(feet) 


13 
9 
34 


14 
14 
3 
9 
13 
7
 
14' 
10.8 
20 


130 


Depth 
(teet) 


5 
20 
30 
45 
55 
65 
80 
95 
105 
117 
125 
145.5 
165 . 5 


Depth 
(feet) 


113.4 
135 


Depth 
(feet) 


13 
32 
66 


80 
94, 
97 
106 
119 
126 
140 
1'0.8 
170.8 



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131. 


K 673. (2 C, 3.2 N., 1.8 W.). Test hole 15, Contract 214. Drilled 
by Sprague & Henwood Inc., November 3, 1923. Al ti tude of street 14 feet 
above sea level. Log begins at street level. Record furnished by owner. 


Thickneas Depth 
(feet )., ,,(feet) 


Sand, coarse, and loam . . . . . . . . 
Sand with some loam. . . . . 
Sand and gravel. . . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine, micaceous. . . . . . . . 
Sand., fine, and gray clay. . . . . . 
Sand. and clay. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand., gray clay, and carbonaceous material 
Sand and dark gray clay. . . . . . . . 
Quicksand, micaceous, and clay . . . 
Sand, fine, light, micaceous . 
Sand, coarse, dark . . . 
Sand, fine, and clay . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, dark . . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine, light gray, micaceous. 
Sand. , tan . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine, gray-brown. . . 
Sand, very fine, greenish. . 


. , . . 
. . 

 . . . 


. . 


. . . 


. . 


. . 


. . . . 


. . . . 


. . 


. . . 


. . . . 


Sand . . . . . . . . . . . . 


. . '. . 


. . 


. . . 


Sand, coarse . . . . . . 
Gneiss and granodiorite. 


. . . . 


........... 


13 
7 
23 
7 
3 
7 
10 
15 
10 
7 
2 
3 
5 
7 
18 
23 
10 
5 
.5 
20 


... .. ... .. 


13 
20 
43 
50 
53 
60 
70 
85 
95 
102 
104 
107 
112 
119 
137 
160 
170 
175 
175.5 
195.5 


K 674. (2 C, 2.6 N., 3.0 W.). Borings by Sweeney and Gr&31 1910. 
Record furnished by owner. 


Hole No.1. Altitude about 8 feet above sea level. 


Thickness 
(feet) 


Depth 
(feet) 


Fill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 14 
Sil t and sand. . . . . . . . . " 21 35 
Sand, gray . . . . . . . . . . . 3.5 38,5 
Sand, fine, and clay . . . . . . . . . . 17.5 56 
Sand, fine with some mica. . 20 76 
Sand, brown. . . . 
 .. . . . . . . . . . . 6.3 82.3 
Gravel with some clay. . . . . . . . . .. , 11.7 94 
Boulders, clay, and gravel . . . . . . 35 129 
Sand . . . . . . . . . . . . ' . . . . .5 129.5 


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K 674. (Continued). 


Hole No.2. Altitude about ;0 feet below sea level. 


Sand. with some mica. . . . 
Clay and sand, water at 32 feet. 
Sand and gravel. . . . . . . . . . 
Cl
 and gravel. . . . . . . . . 
Clay, gravel, and. sand . 
Sand . . 
Rock . . 


. . . 


. . . 


. . . . . . 


. . . . . 


, . . 


Hole No.3. Altitude about 17 feet below sea level. 


Clay, sandy. .... . . . 
Wood . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse . . . . . . 
Sand and grave 1 . . . . . . . 
Gravel, coarse . . 
Clay, gravel, and. sand . . 
Rock . . . . . . . . . . . 


. . 


. . . 


. . . 


. . 


. . . . . 


. . . 


. . . . 


. . . 


. . 


. . 


. . . 


. . . . . 


. . 


Hole No. 4:8.. Al ti tude about 21 feet below sea level. 


Thickness 
(feet) 


23 
5 
34 
8 
17,5 
4 


41 
.5 
19.5 
6 
12 
4 
1 


132. 


Depth 
(feet). 


23 
28 
62 
70 
87.5 
91.5 


41 
41.5 
61. 
67 
79 
83 


Sand, fine . . . . . . 
Gravel, coarse, and sand . . 
Sand, coarse . . . . . 
Clay, stiff. . 
Rock . . 


. . . . . . . . . 36 36 
. . . . . . . 21 57 
. . . . . 7.6 64.6 
. . . . . . . 15.1 79.7 


. . . 


Hole No.5. Altitude about 12 feet above sea level. 


Cl
 ... 
Sand and clay. 
Sand, fine . 
Sand . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse . 
Sand and gravel. . . . 
Sand, sharp. . . . 
Clay, stiff, blue. . . 
Bock 


. . 


. . . . 


. . 


. . . 


. . . . 


. . . 


. . . 


. . . 


. .. . . 


. . 


. . . . 


. . . . 


. . . . 


. . 


. . . 


. . . 


Hole No.6. Altitude about 7 feet above sea level.. 


25 
5 
7 
6 
9 
4 
24 
rr 


25 
30 
37 
43 
52 
56 
80 
97 


Silt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 33 
Sand, fine . . . . . . . . . . 18 51 
Sand and clay. . . . . . . . 14 65 
Sand with some mica. . . . . . . . . . . 15 80 


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K 674. (Continued). 


Hole No.6. 


( Continued) . 


Thiokness 
(feet) 
23.5 
8 
3.5 


Sand, gravel, and boulders . 
Sand and clay. . . . . . . . 
Sand, gravel, and boulders . . 
Rock . . 


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Hole No.7. Altitude about 22 feet below sea level. 


San.d......... 
Sand wi th some mic a . . 
Sand . . . . . 
Sand, coarse . . 
Clay . . . . 
Rock . . 


28.7 
19.5 
5.9 
10.5 
6.9 


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Hole No.8. Altitude about 28 feet below sea level. 


1". 


Depth 
(feet) 
103.5 
111,5 
115 


28.7 
48.2 
54,1 
64.6 
11.5 


Clay . . . .. . . . . . . 20.9 20.9 
Sand, fine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.5 28.4 
Clay and. sand. . . . . 4 32.4 
Sand and gravel. . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 40.4 
Sand, fine . . . . . . . 11 51.4 
Gravel . . . . . . . . 6.9 58.3 
Boulders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.1 61.4 
Clay, stiff. . . . . . . . . . 7 68.4 
Sand , brown. . . . . 6 74.4 
Rock, soft . . . . . . . 1 75.4 
Rock . . . . . . 


Hole No.9. Al ti tude about 8 feet above sea level. 


Fill . . 
Silt and sand. . . 
Sand, fine, gray . 


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9 
18 
5 
6 
12 
48 
15 
7 
10.1 


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S8.I1d. . . . . . . . 


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Sand, fine, and clay . . . . 
Sand, fine, with some mica . 
Sand, coarse . .. . . . 
Sand and clay. . . . . . . . 
Sand and gravel. . . . 
Rock . . . . . . . . . . . . 


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9 
27 
32 
;8 
50 
98 
11; 
120 
130.1 


K 675. (2 C, 3.6 N., 0.7 W.). Test hole 5, Contract 214. Drilled by 
Sprague & Henwood Inc., October 19, 1923. Altitude of street 13 feet above 
sea level, Log begins at street level. Record furnished by owner. 


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K 675. (Continued). 


Filled ground. . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, and gravel . . 
Sand, fine, white, and clay. . 
Sand, fine, white, traces of clay, one boulder . . 
Sand, coarSe . . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Clay, hard . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand and. clay. . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Gneiss and granodiorite. . . . , . . . . . 


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Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
10 10 
82.7 92.7 
7 99.7 
12.3 112 
18.4 130.4 
30.6 161 
12 173 
30 203 
19.2 222.2 
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K 676, (2 C, 1.3 N., 3.6 W.). Test hole 306, Contract 221. Drilled 
by Osborne Drilling Corp., June 17, 1927. Altitude of street 28 feet above 
sea level. Log begins at street level. Record furnished by owner. 


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Thiokness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
, . . . . 155.4 155.4 
. . . . . 7.4 162.8 


Sand . . 
Gneiss . . . . 


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K 677. (2 C, 3.4 N., 1.0 W.). Test hole 2, Contract 214. Drilled by 
Sprague & Henwood Inc., September 20, 1923. Altitude of street 19 feet 
above sea level. Log begins at street level. Record furnished by owner. 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
Fill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 3 
Gravel, coarse - boulder at 16 feet. . . . . . 19 22 
Sand . . . . . . . . . 21 43 
Sand, coarse . . . '. . . . 2 45 
Gravel . . . . , . . . . . . . . 3.8 48.8 
Clay , blue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14.5 63.3 
Clay, gray, and sand . . 24.2 87.5 
Clay, gray, and coarse sand.. . . . . 6.5 94 
Sand and clay. . . . . . . 
 . . . . 10 104 
Carbonaceous material. . . . . . . . . . . 3 107 
Sand , micaceous. . . . . . . . . . . . 7 114 
Sand., fine, and gray clay. . . . . . . . . . 12 126 
Clay, red. . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 151 
Clay, reddish gray . . . . . 16.5 167.5 
Clay, hard, cream colored. . . . . . . . . . . 27.5 195 
Sand, rounded. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.5 195.5 
Gneiss and some granodiorite . . . . . . . 19.7 215.2 



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K 678. (2 C, 3.3 N., 1.4 W.). Test hole 11, Contract 214. Drilled 
by Sprague & Henwood Inc., October 25, 1923. Altitude of street '9 feet 
above sea level. Log begins at street level. Record furnished by owner. 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
Sand, fine, and loam . . . . . . . . . . 10 10 
Sand, coarse, light and dark . . . . . 19.5 29..5 
Sand, micaceous, clay, and. grave 1 . . . . . . . . . 10 39,5 
Sand, dark gray, and carbonaceous material . 12.5 52 
Sand., dark gray, micaceous, and carbonaceous 
material. . . ,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 70 
Quicksand, gray, micaceous, and carbonaceous 
material. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 85 
Quicksand, gray, .micaceous, and light clay . . . . 17 102 
Quicksand and reddish clay . . . . . . . . 12 114 
Quioksand and light clay . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 116 
Quicksand and reddish clay . . . . . . . . 16 132 
Quicksand, micaceous, and dark gray clay 4 136 
Quicksand, micaceous, and reddish clay . . . 29 165 
Quicksand, micaceous, and dark gray clay . . . . . 13 178 
Quicksand, and reddish clay. . . . . . . . . 8 186 
Sand, fine, red, micaceous, and carbonaceous 
material. . . . . . . . 4 190 
Quicksand and reddish clay . . . 6 196 
Sand., fine, clear. . . . . . . . 3.2 199.2 
Sand, coarse, light. . . . . . . 0.7 199.9 
Gneiss, decayed. . . . . . . . . . . 1.3 201.2 
Gneiss and granodiorite. . . 20 221.2 


K 679,. (2 C, 3.8 N., 1.3 W.). Test hole 82, Contract 214. Drilled 
by Sprague & Henwood Inc., June 6, 1924. Altitude of street 35 feet above 
sea level. Log begins at street level. Record furnished by owner. 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
Clay, brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.9 7.9 
Sand., brown. . . . . . . . . . . 11.6 19.5 
Sand, brown,. and fine" gravel . . . . . . . . . 6.8 26,3 
Sand, gray, and fine gravel. . . . . . . . . . 50.2 76.5 
Sand, brown. . . . . . 5.5 82 
Clay, dark gray. . . . . . . ,. . . . . 38.8 120.8 
Clay , light red. .. . . . . . . 11.2 132 
Clay, gray . . . . . . . . . . 15 147 
Sand, gray, and clay . . . . . . . 17 164 
Clay, light gray . . . . . . . . . . 21 185 
Clay, light green, containing white mica particles 13 198 
Quartzite and granodiorite . . . 5.8 203.8 
Gneiss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , 14.2 218 



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K 680. (; B, 5.6 N., 2.0 W.). Drilled by owner. Altitude of street 
about 5 feet above sea. level. . Log begins at etreet level, Record furnished 
by owner. 


Top soil . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, yellow, and gravel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, brownish, and gravel . . 
Sand, fine, brown. . . . . . . 
Sand, brown, and gravel. . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, brownish gray, and gravel. 
Sand, gray, and gravel . . . . 
Sand, gray, and. small gravel . . , . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine, gray . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, grayish brown. . . . . , . . 
Sand, brown, and gravel. .. . . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine, brown. . . . . 
 
Sand, brown, and gravel. . . . . . 
Sand, fine, gray . . . . 
Sand., fine, whi te. . . . . . . . . . . . . . It . . . 
Sand, gray, and gravel . . . . 
Clay- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 


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Sand., grayish brown, and gravel. 
Sand, brown, and gravel. . , . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, brown, and. gravel. . . . . . 
Sand, rough, gray, and gravel. . . . . . , . . . . . 
SSot-d, gray, and fine gravel. . . 
Sand, gray, and fine gravel. . . 
Clay . . . . . . . . . 


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Sand, gray, and gravel . . . . . . 
Sand., rough, gray. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Clay . . . . . ,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Clay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine, white. . . . . , , . . 
Clay . . . . . . . . . . . 


K 682. 
sea level. 


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Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
0 a 
8 8 
8 16 
9 25 
15 40 
5 45 
15 60 
10 70 
5 75 
5 80 
5 85 
15 100 
10 110 
18 128 
8 136 
12 148 
8 156 
10 166 
8 17.4 
4 178 
11 189 
25 214 . 
2 216 
4 220 
14 234 
55 .289 
11 ;00 
113. 413 
17 4;0 
4 4;4 


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(2 C, 4.6 N., 2,; W.). Altitude of street about 10 feet above 
Log begins at street level. Record collected by W. O. Crosby. 


Sand and gravel. 
Bedrock. . . . . 



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Thickness 
(feet) 


Depth 
(feet) 


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53 


53 
53 



137. 


K 684, (2 C, 2.5 Ni, 4.1 W.). Test hole. Altitude of street, feet 
above sea level, Log begins at street level. Reoord collected by J. B. 
Sanford. , 


Thickness Depth 
(teet) (feet) 
32 '2 
19 51 
52 10' 
1 104 


Sand . . . . 
Clay . . . . . , . . 
Sand . . . 
Rock . . , . . . . . 


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K 685. (2 C, 2.6 N., 3.7 W.). Test hole 1, drawing 12. Altitude of 
street '7 feet above sea level. Log begins at street level. Record oollected 
by J. H. Sanford. 


S8I.Id . . . , . . . . . 


Thickness 
(feet) 
30 
6 
13 
8 
8 
15 
11 


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Sand, fine . . . . . 
Sand and boulders. . 
Sand, coarse . . . 
Sand, fine . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse . . . . . 
Rock or boulders . 


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Depth 
(feet) 
30 
36 
49 
57 
65 
80 
91 


K 686. (2 C, 3.1 N., 2.8 W.). Test hole, bulkhead line between 
Broadway and South 6th St. Drilled by New York Submarine Contracting Co. 
Log begins a.t river level. Record. collected by J. H. Sanford, 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
15 15 
15 30 
25 55 
5 60 
12 72 
3 75 
60 135 
5 140 
6 146 


Water. . . . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . . . 
Sand and coal drift. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine, gra:s- . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine, yellow . . . . . . . . , . . . . 
Sand and gravel. . . .. ... . . . . . , 
Pebbles. 11 . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . 
Sand, white, and 0183. . . . . . . . . . . , . , . . 
Sand, grayish wh1 te. . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . 
Sand, white, and clay. . . . . . . . . . . . 
Rock or boulder. . .. . , . . . . . . , , . . , 


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138. 


K 687 . (2 C, 2,6 N "I 2,4 W.). Test hole 335, Contract 221. Drilled 
by Osborne Drilling Corp., July 23, 1927. Al tl tude of street about 46 feet 
above sea level. Log begins at street level. Record furnished by owner. 


Sand and gravel. . . . , , .. , . . . . . 
Rook, decayed. . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Granodiori te . . . _ . . . . , . . . . . It . 


Thickness 
(teet) 
174.7 
1 
24.6 


Depth 
(feet) 
174.7 
175.7 
200.' 


K 688. (2 0, 3.8 N., 2,5 W.). Test hole. Pierhead line, foot of 
North 7th St. Drilled by Artesian Well & Equipment Co. Log begins at 
river level. Record collected by J, H. Sanford. 


Water. . . , . . . . . .. . It ... . . . . 
Ri ver mud. . . . . . . . . , . 
 . . . . '" 
Sa.nd., gravel, and clay . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine . , . . . . . .. . , . . .. . It . . 
Gravel and clay. . . . . . , . . .. . . .. . . 
Sand and clay. . . . . . . .. . , . . . _ . 
Rock, unweathered II .. . II . . . , . . 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
60 60 
5 65 
10 75 
10 85 
10 95 
12 107 
4 111 


K 689. (2 C, 4.0 N., 1,0 W.). Test hole. Drilled by Osborne Drill- 
ing Corp. Altitude of street 31 feet above sea level. Log begins at street 
level. Record collected by J. H. Sanford. 


o lay and. sand. . . . . . . . " . 4\ . . . . . . 
Sand, fine, gray , . . . . , . . . ., . . 
Sand, medium, gray " . . , 
Clay, gray, and sand . . , . .'. 
Sand, fine, gray , . . ... 
Sand, med i um, gray. . , . . . . , . . . . . . , . 
Sand, coarse, gray . ,. . .. . 
Clay, light gray, sand, and boulders . 
Sand, gray, and boulders . . 
Rock, decayed. . . . . , . . 
Granod.iori te . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 


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Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
35 35 
10 45 
30 75 
20 95 
10 105 
10 115 
5 120 
10 130 
10 140 
2 142 
18 160 


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K 690. (2 0, 3.5 N., 1.6 W.). Test hole 313, Contraot 221. Drilled 
by Osborne Drilling Corp" May 25, 1927. Al ti tude ot street 12 feet above 
sea level. Log begins at street level, Reoord furnished by owner. 


Filled ground. , . 
Sand, gray . , . . . . . . . . 
Rook, decayed. . . . . . . . . 
Granodiori te . . . . . . 


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Thickness 
(feet) 
15.5 
157.2 
1.6 
19.5 


Depth 
(teet) 
15.5 
172.7 
174.3 
193.8 


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K 691_ (2 C, 3.4 N., 1.7 W.), Test hole 314a, Contract 221. Drilled 
by Osborne Drillins Corp., June 14, 1927. Altitude of street 20 feet above 
sea level, Log begins at street level. Record furnished by owner. 


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Thickness Depth 
(feet) (teet) 
141.7 141.7 
25.6 167.3 
19.2 186.5 
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Sand. and clay, boulders at 36 feet . 
Rook, decayed. . . . . . . . . . . . 
Granodiori te . . . . . . . . , . . . 


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K 692. (2 C, 4.7 N., 1.5 W.). Test hole. Altitude of street 3 feet 
above sea level, Log begins at street level. Reoord colleoted by J, H. 
Sanford . 


Ashes. . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . 
811 t . . . . . . . . f . . . , . . . . . . 
Sand, fine, gray . .. . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . 
Clay, blue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarere, and gravel . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Rock . . . . . . . , . . . . , . . . . 


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Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
7 7 
22 29 
13 42 
30 72 
13 85 


K 693. (1 B, 2.3 N., 1.8 W.). Narrows Tunnel Test hole.- Drilled by 
Giles. Altitude of street 62 feet above see. level, Log begins at street 
level. Record oollected by J. H. Sanford.. 


No record. . . . . . . 
Clay and gravel. . . . 
No record. . , . . 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
. . . . . . . . , . 21 21 
. ': , . . . , . . . . . . .. 15 36 
. . . . . , , . , . . . 28 64 


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140. 


K 693. (Continued) 


Gravel, water-bearing. . . . . . . . 
No record. . . . . . . . . . 
Sand and clay. . . . . . . . . . 
No record. . . . . 


Thickness' Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
. . . . 1 65 
. . . . . . 16 81 
. . . . . . . 13 94 
11 105 


K 694. (2 C, 1.3 N., 3.7 W.). Test hole 381, Contract 221. Drilled 
by Osborne Drilling Corp., January 7, 1928. Altitude of street 16 feet 
above sea level. Log begins at street level. Record furnished by owner. 


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Thickness 
(feet) 
21.4 
13.3 
68.9 
3 


Depth 
(feet) 
21.4. 
34.7 
103.6 
106.6 


Ft.ll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, and gravel 
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Sand, fine . . . . . . . 
Gneiss . . . . . . . . . 


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K 695. (1 B, 4.4 N., 1.4 W.). Test hole 3, drawing 22. In slip west 
of 58th St. Log begins at river level. Record collected by J. H. Sanford. 


Water. . . . . . . . . . .'. 
Silt and sand. . 
Sand, brown. . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, brown, and gravel. . . . . 
Sand, fine, white. . . . . . . 
Gravel, fine . . . . . . 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
. . . . 15 15 
. . . . 5 20 
10 30 
. . . . . . 5 35 
. . 6 41 


K 696. (2 B, 5.6 N., 3.2 W.). Test hole. Drilled by Osborne Drilling 
Corp. Altitude of street about 140 feet above sea level. Log begins at 
street level. Record collected by J. H. Sanford. 


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Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
. . . . 4 4 
8 12 
. . . . . 3 15 
. . . . . . , . 8 23 
. . . . . . 13 36 
. . . . . . . . . . 32 68 
. . . . . . . . . . 35 103 


Clay . . . . . . . 


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Clay and boulders. 
Sand, coarse . 
Gravel . . . . . 
Sand, coarse 
Gravel . . . . 
Sand, coarse . . . 


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141. 


K 691. (2 C, 0.2 N., 2.6 W.). Test hole about 1490 feet south of 
Grand Army Plaza. Altitude of street 143 feet above sea level. Log begins 
at street level. Record collected by J. H. Sanford, 


Sand, fine, and. loam . . . . .. ... . . 
Sand, olay, and. gravel . . . . . . . . 
Sand and grave 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... . . 
Sand, fine, and gravel . . . . , . . . , . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, and boulders . . . . . . . . 
Sand and gravel. . . . " . . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine, and clay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand and gravel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine, and c l
 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, clay and gravel. .. . . . . . . 
Sand and gravel. . . . . . , . . . . . . , . , 
Sand. , fine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand and gI"avel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . , 
Sand, fine, and gravel . . . . . . . . , 
Sand, fine, and boulders . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand and gravel. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . 


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Thiokness Depth 
(teet) (feet) 
5 5 
5 10 
5 15 
10 25 
5 30 
5 35 
5 40 
5 45 
5 50 
5 55 
5 60 
5 65 
10 15 
5 80 
5 85 
lU 95 


K 698. (1 B, 5.3 N" 0.5 W.). Test hole. In slip west of Marginal 
st. Log begins at river leyel. Record colleoted by J. H. Sanford, 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
Water. . . . . . . . . , . . . , . . 21 21 
Silt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 25 
Sand, fine, gray . . . . . . . . . . 1 32 
Clay, gray, with fine gI"ay sand. . . , . . . . 8 40 
Clay , gray, soft . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 41 
Sand, coarse, gray . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 55 
Sand, fine, light brown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 63 
Sand, fine, brown. . . . . . . . . . . . 9 72 
Sand, ooarse, clay, and gravel . . . . . . . . . . 1 73 
Clay, light brown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 79 
Clay, gray . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 85 
Sand, fine, brown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 90 
Clay, stiff, brownish. . . . . . . . . , 10 100 



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K 699. (1 B, 3.4 N., 1.3 W.). Drilled by Harper. Altitude of street 
about 55 feet above sea lev,el. Log begins at street level. Record collected 
by J. H. Sanford. 


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K 699, (Continued) 


Sa:nd. , dry. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, gravel, and boulders; many boulders, . . 
Gravel, coarse, water-bearing. , . . . . . . . , . 
Sand, with traces of cl
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Clay, blue . . . . . , , . . . . . . . . . . . . . 


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142. 


Thicknes. Depth 
, reet) (feet) 
19 19 
go 109 
28 137 
4 141 


K 700. (1 C, 0.6 N., 0.2 W.), Test hole 47, Shaft 9, No. 11, 43 
feet west of Henry st., 49 feet south of Mill St. Drilled by Gow. Altitude 
of street 6 feet above sea level. Log begins at street level. Record 
collected by J. H. Sanford. 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
Sand and cinder fill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 10 
Cinder fill. . . " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 13 
Clay, soft, blue, and peat . . . . , . . . . . . . 4 17 
Sand, fine, gray , very little clay . . . . . . . . 14 31 
Clay, sandy, 80ft, fine, gray. . . . . . . . , . . 4 35 
Sand., fine, brown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 40 
Sand , coarse, brown, and gravel, .. . . . , . 17 57 
Clay, soft brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 100 
Sand, micaceous, fine, brown . . . . . . . , , . . 5 105 
Sand, medium brown, and gravel . , . . . . . . . . 5 110 
Sand, coarse, brown, and gravel. . . . . . . , . , 4 114 
Sand , very coarse, dis integrated rock. . . . . 2 116 
Boulders and disintegrated rock, . , . . . 11 127 
Gneiss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 


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 - - 


K 701. (1 C, 0.1 N., 0.4 W.). Test hole, 425 feet south of Bryant St. 
150 feet west of Henry St. slip. Log begins at river level. Record 
collected by J. H. Sanford. 


Water. . . . . . . . . . . , . . 
Silt and mud . . . . . . . . . 
Silt and fine gray sand. , . . 
Sand, fine, brown, and clay. . . 
Sand, and clay, brown. . , . . . , . . . . . . 
Gravel and clay. . . . . . . , 
Sand and clay, gr'ay. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 


, . 


. . . 


. . 


, . . . 


. . 


. , 


. . 


. , 


. . 


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Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
8 8 
11 19 
6 25 
7 32 
4 36 
7 43 
4 47 


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143. 


K 701. ( Continued) . 
Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
Sand , coarse, gray . . . . . . 3 50 
Clay, gray . . . . . . 8 58 
. Clay, red and gray . . . . . . . . . 6 64 
Clay, gray . . . . . . . . 19 8:3 


K 702. (2 C, 1.1 N., 4.0 W.). Test hole 308, Contract 221. Drilled 
by Osborne Drilling Corp., May 3, 1927. Altitude of street 31 feet above 
sea level. Log begins at street level. Record furnished by owner. 


Sand and clay. . . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine . . . . . . . '. . . . 
Sand, coarse . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, and small gravel . 
Gne is s . . . . . . 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
40.5 40.5 
. . . 29.6 70.1 
21.9 92 
. . . . 24.3 116.3 
. . . 20 136.3 


K 703. (1 C, 0.8 N., 0.2 W.). Test hole 93, Contract 214. Drilled 
by Sprague & Henwood, Inc., June 18, 1924. Altitude of street about 18 
feet above sea level. Log begins at street level. Record furnished by 
owner. 


and gravel. 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
50 50 
. 15 65 
30 95 
21 116 
. . . . . 5 121 
. . . . . . . . 20.2 141.2 


Sand. and 
Sand and 
Sand and 
Sand . . 
Boulders 
Gneiss . 


clay. . . . . 
some clay . . 
tra
e of clay . . . 



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K 704. (1 C, 0.6 N., 0.4 W.). Test hole, 59 feet south of Pioneer st., 
121 feet east of Dwight St. Drilled by Gow. Al ti tude of street 7 feet above 
sea level. Log begins at street level. Record collected by J. H. Sanford. 


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144. 


K 704. (Continued). 


. . 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (reet) 
14 14 
4 18 
7 25 
22 47 
5 52 
6 58 
15 73 
5 78 
5 83 
10 93 
25 118 
10 128 
2 130 


Sand and cinder fill 


. . . 


Peat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine, gray . . . 
Sand, fine, gray, little clay. 
Sand and gravel, brown . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, brown, and gravel. 
Clay, soft, brown. . . . . . . 
Clay, sort, gray . . . . . . 
Cl
, sandy, soft, micaceous . 
Clay, soft, brown. 
Clay, soft, gray . .. . . . . . . 
Sand; fine, micaceous. . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand and clay, decomposed, micaceous . . . . . 


. . . . . 


. . . . 


. . . 


. . . . 


K 705. (1 C, 0.8 N., 0.8 W.). Test hole, 45 feet west or Dikeman St., 
100 feet north of Ferris St. Altitude of street about 10 feet above sea 
level. Log begins at street level. Record collected by J. H. Sanford. 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
Cinder fill. . . . . . . . . .. . 4 4 
Clay, red. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 12 
S
, fine, gray . . . . . . . . . . 20 32 
Sand, very fine, gray, and clay. . . . . . 28 60 
Sand, very fine, gray, micaceous . . . . . . 20 80 
Sand, fine, red. . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 89 
Sand , dark gray, micaceous . . . . 6" 95 
Sand, fine to medium, gray, and. boulders . . . 27 122 
Rock, disintegrated, containing mica and sand . 9 1;1 
Rock, gray , containing seams of mica . . . . 20 151 


K 706. (2 C, 1.5 N., 2.8 W.). Test hole, drawing 132. Altitude of 
street 86 feet above sea level. Log begins at street level. Record col- 
lected by J. H. Sanford. 


Thickness 
(feet) 


Depth 
(feet) 


Sand, filled ground, gravel. . . . . 10 10 
Sand, fine . . . . . 5 15 
Sand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 20 
Sand, ooarse, and gravel . . . . . . . . . . 5 25 
Clay and. sand.. . . . . . . 5 30 
Clay and gravel. . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 40 



145. 


K 707 . (2 C, 1.4 N., 2.0 W.). Test hole to Altitude of street 56 feet 
above sea level. Log begins at street level., Reoord collected by J. H. 
Sanford . 


Sand, fine . . . . 
Sand and gravel. . 


. . 


. . . 


. .. . . . . 


Thickness 
(feet) 
15 
35 


Depth 
(feet) 
15 
50 


. , 


. . . 


. . . 


K 708. (1 C, 1.7 N., 0.0 W.). Test holEI, East River and Atlantic Ave. 
Altitude of street 6 feet above sea level. Log begins at street level. 
Record collected by J. H. Sanford. 


Thickness 
(feet) 


De'Dth 
(fe
t) 


Sand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . t, . . . . 30 30 
Clay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 40 
Gravel . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 88 
Gneiss, micaceous. . . . . I' . . . . 32 120 


K 709. (2 C, 2.3 N., 3.6 W.). Test hole 58, Contract 38. Drilled by 
Snare & Triest Co., in October 1909. Altitude of street 58 feet above sea 
leval. Log begins at street .level. Record fw'niahed by owner. 


SaIld. . . . . . . . . . . . 


. . 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
10 10 
. . . . 15 25 
. . . , . , 22 47 
. . . to 71.5 118.5 
. . .- . . . . 20.5 139 
.. - - - 


Clay, sand, and boulders . . . . 
Sand and boulders. . . . . . , 
Sa.I1d . . . . . .. . . . . 
Gne i s s . . . . . . . . . . .. . . 


K 710. (2 0, 4.6 N., 2.0 W.). Test hole B9, file 64. Drilled by 
Standard. Al ti tude of street 13 feet above sef
 level. Log begins at street 
level. Record colleoted by J. H. Sanford. 


. . . . 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
. . . . 16 16 
. . 4 20 
5 25 


Sand, medium . . . 
Clay and sand. . 
Sand, medium . . . 


. . . . , . 


. . . . . . 


(Continued on next 'P8.8E1) 



K 710. (Continued). 


Sand, medium, and boulders . . . . . 
Clay, sand, and pebbles. . . . 
Rock, deoomposed . . . . . . . 
Rock . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . , 


. . 


. . 


. . . 


. . 


. . . . . . 


. . 


, . 


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146. 


Thickness 
(feet) 


Depth 
(feet) 
30 
41 
44 
54 


5 
11 
3 
10 


K 711. (2 C, 4.5 N., 1.; W.). Test hole, drawing 54. Greenpo1nt Ave, 
and. Newtown Creek. Log begins at rl ver level. Record oollected by J. H, 
Sanford , 


Wa ter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
811 t . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . 
Sand, gray, and gravel . . . . . . . , . . . . . . 
Clay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... 
Sand and. gravel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand., coarse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, f 1ne, red. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine, red, and gravel. . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine, red. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand and gravel, red . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sat'ld, gray . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . 
Clay, stiff, and gravel. . .. .,. . . . . . 
Rock or boulder. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
16 16 
5 21 
5 26 
21 47 
4 51 
1 52 
4 56 
6 62 
2 64 
5 69 
2 71 
3 74 


K 712. (1 B, 2.4 N., 1.7 W.). Narrows Tunnel test hole. Drilled by 
Giles. Al ti tude of street 72 feet above sea 119vel. Log begins at street 
level. Record collected by J. H, Sanford. 


No record.. . . . . . . . . . . . 


. . 


Sand, clay, gravel, and boulders . . . . . . . , . 
No record. . . . . . . . . . .... . . . . . 
Gravel, water-bearing. .. . . . . . . . . . . 


Thickness 
(feet) 


Depth 
(feet) 
23 
38 
68 
69 


23 
15 
30 
1 


K 113. (2 C, 4.9 N., 1.8 W.). Test hole 32, vol, 3, drawing 50. 
Drilled by Osborne Drilling Corp. Altitude of street 6 feet above sea 
level. Log begins at street level. Record collected by J. H. Sanford. 


(Continued on next pag l 9) 



K 713. (Continued). 


Fill . . . . . . . 
Silt . . . . . . . . 
 
Sand, coarse . . . . . 
Sa.IlCl . . . . . . . . . 
Clay . . . . . 


. . 


. e.- . . . . 


. . 


......... 


. . . . 


.......... 


. . 


. . . .. . 


.......... 


147. 


Thickness 
(:teet) 


Depth 
(feet) 


10 
10 
5 
'7 
20 


10 
20 
25 
32 
52 


K 714. (2 C, 0.3 N., 4.3 W.)., Test hole 1, dra.wing 411, P & S. 
5 feet north of Hamilton Ave., '0 feet east of west Bulkhead line of Gowanus 
Canal, Drilled by Riley. Log begins at river level. Record collected by 
J. H. Sanford. 


Water. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Silt and Sand. . . . . 
Sand, medium, gray . . , . . . . 
Clay, gray . . . . . 
Sand, fine, gray, little clay. . . . . . . . 
Sand, medium, gray . . 
Sand, medium, brown. . . . 
Sand, coarse, brown. . . . . . . . . , . . 
Sand, fine, gr
 . . . . . . 
Sand, medium, gray . . . . . . . . . 


. . . 


. . . , 


.- . . 


. . 


. . 


. . 


. . 


. . 


. . . 


. . . 


. . . 


. . 


. . 


. . . 


. . . 


. . . . . . 


. . . . 


. . 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
15 15 
5 20 
17 37 
8 45 
12 57 
10 67 
14 81 
4 85 
5 90 
10 100 


. . 


K 715. (2 C, 2.9 N., 1.5 W.). Test hole 41 A, Public School No. 49, 
Altitude of street 36 feet above sea level. Log begins at street level, 
Record. collected by J. H. Sanford. 


Fill . . . , . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, brown. . 
Sand, and. grave 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . 
Clay, soft, blue . . . . . . . 
Clay and boulders, . , . 
Cla.y, soft, blue . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . 
Clay, soft, blue, and bog. . . . . . . . , . . . . 
Clay, soft, blue . . . . 
C lay and sand. . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . 1/ . . 


. . . . . 


. . . 


. . 


. . 


. . . 


. . . . . 


. . . 


. . . 


. .. . 


. . . . 


Thiokness Depth 
(f eet ) (feet) 
4 4 
17 21 
7 28 
10 38 
1 39 
19 58 
27 85 
25 110 
10 120 



148. 


K 116. (2 C, 2.3 N., 4.1 W,). Test hole 3172. Drilled by SWeeney 
& Gray in 1926. Al t1 tude of street 67 feet above sea level. Log begins 
at street level. Record oollected by J. H. Sanford. 


Clay and sand. . . . . . . . . 
Clay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand and gravel. . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, and gravel. . . . . . . . . '. . . . 
Boulders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse, and gravel . , . . . . . . . , . . . 
Sand and gravel. . . . , . . . . . , . . . 
Sand, coarse, and gravel . . . . . . . . . . , . . 
Sand and gravel. . . .. .. . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . , . . 


Thiokness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
9 9 
11 20 
7 27 
6 33' 
2 35 
3 38 
6 44 
3 47 
27 74- 
54 128 


K 717. (2 0,2.8 N., 2.0 W.). Test hole. Drilled by Boyd Engineer- 
ing Co" in 1908. Altitude of street about 45 feet above sea level. Log 
begins at street level. Record collected by J. H. Sanford. 


Filled ground. . . . . . , . . . 
o lay, red. . . . . . . . 
Ha:rdpan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
SaIld . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . 
Clay, blue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . 
Gra.n.i te. . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 


Thickness 
(feet) 


33 
28 
27 
54 
8 
36 
16 


Depth 
(feet) 


33 
61 
88 
142 
150 
186 
202 


K 718. (1 B, 2.7 N., 1.2 W.). Teat hole KL.6. Drilled by Giles. 
Altitude of street 80 feet above sea level. Log begins at street level, 
Record collected by J. H. Sanford. 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
Sand, clay, and gravel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 10 
Sand and gravel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 20 
Sand , clay, and gravel . . , . . . . . , . , . , . 12 32 
Sand, coarse gravel, and boulders. . . . . . . . . 9 41 
No record. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . 335 376 
Rock, according to drille
 . . . . . . . . . , . . 59 435 



149. 


K 719. (1 B, 4.4 N., 0.1 W.). Test hole 3402. Altitude of street 
130 feet above sea level. Log begins at street level. Record collected by 
J. H. Sanford. 


Thickness 
(feet) 


Sand and clay. . . . . 
Sand, gravel, and clay . . 
Sand, fine . . . . . . . . 
Gravel . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, fine, and gravel . . 
Gravel . . . . . . . . . 
Sand., coarse, and gravel . . . 
Gravel . . . . . . . . 
Gravel and coarse sand 
Sand, fine . . . . . . 
Sand, coarse . . . . . 
Sand, fine . . . . 
Sand and gravel. . . . . . . . . 
Clay and boulders. . . 


10 
2, 
8 
2 
12 
2 
'7 
2 
15 
2 
7 
16 
1 
3 


. . 


. . . . 


. . 


.......... 


. . 


. . 


. . 


. . . 


. . . . 


. . . 


........ 


. . . 


. . . . 


. . . 


. . 


. . . . 


. . 


Depth 
(feet) 


10 
12 
20 
22 
34 
36 
43 
45 
60 
'62 
69 
85 
$6 
89 


K 720. (1 C, 0.5 N., 0.1 W.). Test hole 61, Shaft 9, No. 16. Drilled 
by Gow. Altitude of street 13 feet above sea level. Log begins at street 
level. Record collected by J. H. Sanford. 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
Sand. and cinder fill . . . . . . . . . . . 21 21 
Clay and. :peat. . . . . . . . . 4 25 
Peat . . . . . . . . . 5 30 
Peat and sandy clay. . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 33 
Sand, fine . . 14 47 
Sand, medium . . . . . . . . . . . 5 52 
Sand, coarse, and gravel . . . . . . . . . . . 16 68 
Clay, sandy, soft. . . . 23 91 
Sand , fine, and clay . . . . . . 5 96 
Clay, sandy, hard. . . 7 103 


K 721. (2 C, 0.9 N., 3.5 W.). Test hole, file No. 16, p. 28. 
Altitude of street 18 feet above sea level. Log begins at street level. 
Record oollected by J. H. Sanford. 


(Continued on next page) 



K 721. (Continued). 


Fill . . . . . 
Cla" muddy. . . . 
Clay, blue . . . . . . 
Clay and sand. . . . . 
Sand and gravel. . . . 
Satld. . . . . . . . . . 


. . 


.......... 


............ 


. . . . 


........ 


.............. 


............ 


..,........... 


Thickness 
(feet) 


30 
5 
5 
5 
22 
18 


1'0. 


Depth 
(feet) 
30 
35 
40 
45 
67 
85 


K 722. (2 C, 2.3 N., 4.1 W.). Test hole. Drilled by Osborne Drill- 
ing Corp. Al ti tude of street 60 feet above sea level. Log begins at street 
level. Record collected by J. H. Sanford. 


Fill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Gravel . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Gravel and boulders. 
Sand, fine . ... . . . . 


. . . . 


. . . 


. . 


. . . 


. . 


. . . . 


. . . . . 


. . 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
12 12 
23 35 
11 46 
57 103 


K 723. (2 C, 2.3 N., 3.7 W.). Teat hole. Drilled by Sprague & Hen- 
wood Inc. Altitude of street 57 feet above sea level. Log begins at street 
level. Record collected by J. H. Sanford. 


Fill, coarse sand, and gravel. . . . . . 
Sand., grave 1, and. boulders . . . 
Sand, red. . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand, reddish. brown. . . . . . . . . 
Sand., fine, brown, water-bearing 
Sand., coarse, and gravel . 
Sand., fine . . . 
Rock . . 


. . . 


. . . 


. . . . . 


. . . . 


. . . 


. . 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
22 22 
23 45 
25 '{O 
19 89 
6 95 
10 105 
24 129 
12 141 


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K 724. (2 C, 3.0 N., 1.3 W.). Test hole 29, block 2796. Alti
lde of 
street 48 feet above sea level. Log begins at street level. Record col- 
leoted by J. H. Sanford. 


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151, 


K 724. (Continued). 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
Loam, sand, and fill . . . . . . . . . , 5 5 
Sand and gravel. . , . . . . . . . . . . . 11 16 
Sand, gravel, and clay . . . . . . . . . . . 5 21 
Sand, medium, and gravel . . . . . . . 9 30 
Clay, hard, blue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 41 
Clay, soft, blue , . . . . .. , . . . . 25 66 
Sand, dry, micaceous, and clay . . . . . . . . 20 86 
Olay, blue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 93 
Sand, coarse, and olay . . . . . . . . . . 2 95 
Clay, hard, blue . . . , . . . . 6 101 
Sand, micaceous, and clay. . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 121 
Clay, blue . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . 6 127 
Sand, dry, micaceous, and clay . . . . . . . . . . 10 137 
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 


K 725. (2 C, 1.2 N., 3.7 W.). Test hole 307, Contract 221. Drilled 
by Osborne Drilling Corp., May 2, 1927. Al ti tude of street 14 feet above sea 
level. Log begins at street level. Record furnished. by owner, 


Sand and some clay # . . . 
Sand and fine gravel . 
Sand and blue clay . . . . 
Gneiss 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
. . . . . 45.1 45.1 
. . . . . . 35.9 81 
. . . . . . . . 12.6 93,6 
. . . . . . . . 21.2 114.8 


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K 726. (1 B, 4.7 N., 0.3 W.). Test hole. Altitude of street 35 feet 
above sea level. Log begins at street level. Record collected by J. H. 
Sanford. 


Thickness . Depth 
(feet) (feet) 


Topsoil, clay, sand, and. gravel. . . . . . . 1 1 
Sand and clay. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 10 
Sand and gravel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 13 
Hardpan. . . . . . . . . . . 5 18 
Sand . . . . . . . . . . . 17 35 
Sand. and gravel. . . , . . . . . . . . . . 10 45 



152. 


K 727 . (1 B, 5.0 N., 0.1 W.). Test hole. Altitude of street 20 teet 
above sea level. Log begins at street level, Record oolleoted by J. H. 
Sanford . 


Topsoil, sand, and gravel. . . . . . , 
Cl
 and gravel. . . . . . .. . . . . 
Saxld 8.I1.d c lay. . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . 
Sand and boulders. . . . . . . . . . . 
Sa.Ild. , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . 


. . 


Thiokness Depth 
(feet) (teet) 
3 3 
8 11 
6 17 
6 23 
6 29 


K 728. (2 C, 2.1 N., 3.6 W.). Test hole 209, Contract 73. Drilled 
in January 1910. Alti tude of street 36 feet above sea level. Log besins 
at street level. Record. furnished by owner. 


Fill . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sa.rld . . . . . . . .. ... 
Gne i s s . . . . . . 


. . . 


. . . 


. . . . . 


. . . . 


Thickness 
(feet) 


5 
111.7 
15 


Depth 
(feet) 


5 
116.7 
131.7 


K 729. (2 C, 2.0 N., 3.0 W.). Test hole 37&, Contract 221. Drilled 
by Osborne Drilling Corp., January 19, 1928. Altitude of street 45 feet 
above sea level. Log begins at street level. Record furnished by owner. 


San.d . . . . . . . . 
 . . . . . . . . 


. . 


. . 


. . 


Sand and gravel. . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Sand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 


. . . . . 


, . 


Sand and cl
, with particles of mica. . 
Gneiss 


. . . 


. . 


. . . . 


. . . 


. . . 


Thickness 
(feet) 


10 
26.3 
99.2 
17.5 
22.2 


Depth 
(feet) 


10 
36,3 
135.5 
1" 
175.2 


K 730. (2 C, 1.9 N., 3.5 W.). Test hole 49, Contract 38, Drilled by 
Snare and Triest Co., July 1909. Altitude of street 36 feet above sea level. 
Log begins at street level. Record furnished by owner. 


Sand . . . . . . . 


. . 


. . . . . . 


Gravel and sand. 
S8I1d . . . . . . 
Gneiss . . . . . . . 


. . . . 


. . . . 


........ 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) (feet) 
10 10 
10 20 
84.1 104.1 
30.2 134.3 



153 


I 731, (2 Of 1.3 N., 3.6 I.). fest hole 357c, Contract 221. DriUed 
bY' Osborne Drilling Corp. t October 6, 1927. .Al ti tude of street 23 feet 
above 'sea level. Log begins at street level. Record furnished by owner. 


Sand and gr&vel. . . . 
Rock, decayed. . 
 . . 
Gneiss . . . . . . . . 


. .. . 


Thickness Depth 
(feet) ( fee t) 
. . 183.5 183.5 
6.5 190 
. . . . . 20 210 


......... 


. . 



A.£. 
K 665 


Ade1 p hi st. 
K 706 


Alb any Ave. 
K 504 
K 511 
K 518 
K 194 


App le Ave. 
K 68 


A shland Pl. 
[ 78 
K 18 


Atle.ntic Ave. 
K 708 
K 118 
K 655 
[ 125 
K 22 
K 586 
K 32 
K 132 
K 39 
K 497 
K 137 
K 46 


Avenue D 
K 300 
K 514 


AvenuG F 
K 513 


Avenue I 
K 199 


Avenue L 
.X 200 
X 247 


Avenue M 
K 304 


INDEX OF WELLS BY STREETS 154 
(The well numbers on any one street are listed 
in progressi va order along tha.t street). 


Avenue N 
[643 
[ 201 
K 237 


Beverl ey Rd. 
K 521 


Avenue P 
X 174 


Blake Ave. 
X 250 
K 151 
K 538 


Avenue S 
K 535 


Boerum Pl. 
X 115 


Avenue U 
X 582 
X 202 
K 577 


Bon d St. 
X 259 
K 117 
K 290 
K 676 
X 731 
K 258 
K 10 


Avenue Z 
K 204 


B ay 19th st. 
K 2 


Bowe ry s t. 
K 230 


B ay Parkw 
- 
K 644 


Bri 
 e St. 
K 70 
K 14 
K 71 
K 671 
1.. 13 
K 75 
K 74 
K 709 
K 728 


Beard st. 
K 159 


Bedford Ava. 
K 687 
K 278 
K 707 
K 96 
K 31 
K 130 
K 522 
I K 527 
X 499 


Brighton Boach 
Ave. 
K 229 
K 228 
K 227 
K 223 
K 224 
K 221 
K 222 
K 216 
K 217 
K'210 
K 342 


Ber g en St. 
K 731 
K 180 
K 31 


Ber ry St. 
K 49 
K 50 
K 463 
K 491 


B r 1 , b tq
 1 a t Pl . 
K 227 
K 228 
K 211 


B r l £h ton 2d s t . 
K 223 


Brl ;c h ton 3d s t, 
K 224 
K 219 


Brl e: hton 4th s t. 
[ 222 
K 221 
K 220 


Brl t2: hton 5th S t. 
K 216 
K 217 
K 218 


B r l lt hton 6t h st. 
K 214 
K 226 
K 215 


Bri 
 hton 7th st. 
K 213 
K 212 


Bri lt hton 12th s t. 
K 209 
K 208 
K 207 
X 187 


Bri £ ht o n 14th S t . 
K 206 
K 342 


Bri 
 htwater Cour t 
K 211 
[ 219 
[220 
K 218 
K 214 
[ 215 
K 226 
K 212 
K 213 



INDEX OF WELLS :BY STREETS (CONT.) 


B ristol St 
 
K 578 


C h ri s to -on,e r 4 v e . 
K 250 
K 191 
K 190 
K 189 


Broadw ay 
K 686 
K 331 
K 717 
K 62 
X 326 
K 255 
K 89 
K 90 
K 254 
K 45 


Church Ave. 
K 503 
X 529 
K 298 
K 347 
K 246 
K 325 
K 600 


Br o . o kl 
y n Ave. 
K 32 


C larkson Ave. 
K 596 
K. 524 


Buffalo Ave. 
K 40 


Classon Ave, 
K 25 
K 99 
K 98 


Bushwick Ave, 
K 57 
X 454 
X 573 
X 592 
K 236 
K 45 


Clermont Ave. 
K 104 
K 22 


Bushwick Pl. 
X 37 


Clinton Av e. 
K 674 
K 663 
K 658 


Butler S 
, . 
K 654 
K 121 
X 122 
K 124 


Clinton St. 
K 353 
K 109 
K 669 
K 720 


Ca.rlton Ave. 
K 729 
K 106 
K 127 
K 21 


Q o1umbia Hei g ht s 
K 472 
K 113 
K 388 
K 716 


Caton Ave. 
K 508 


Concord St. 
K 12 
K 263 


Ch a-un c e y St. 
K 406 


Cone y Island Ave. 
K 512 
K 530 



 onw ay s t. 
45 




 rtel Y OU Rd. 
501 
k 525 
k 530 


Cortland st. 
!K 433 


!Court St. 
I{ 435 
K 668 
K 158 


Co y le St. 
K 202 


Cranber ry St. 
K 642 
K 722 


Cro p se y Ave. 
K 2 
K 231 


Dahill Rd. 
K 501 
K 525 


Dean st. 
K 676 
K 120 
K 657 
K 459 
K 253 


Debevoise st. 
K 62 
K 61 


: per; raw st. 
! K 457 
! K 114 
i K 702 
I 


155 


Degra.w st. 
( 
 ont . ) 
1258 
K 721 


De Kal b Av e. 
K 260 
K 184 
K 257 
K 16 
K 103 
K 99 
K 256 
K 249 


Devoe St. 
K56 


De Wi tt Ave. 
K 553 


D ike man St . 
K 705 



 tm a s Av e. 
K 193 


Di vi sion Ave. 
K 667 
K 717 


Do 
 ht y st. 
K 113 


])) UlZ: 1ass st. 
K 335 


Dri 
 s Ave. 
K 52 


D.1tDont Ave. 
K 190 
K 191 
K 149 
K 150 


p.l1X> nt St. 
K 465 




p; ht st. 
K 704 



East 2d St. 
K 503 
K 529 
K 513 
K 174 


East 7th St. 
K 508 
K 575 


East 13th St. 
K 341 
K 175 


East 16th St. 
K 200 
K 5 
K 535 
K 582 


East 17th St. 
K 200 
K 535 


East 18th St. 
K 204 


East 32d st. 
K 532 


East 35th st. 
K 643 
K 580 


East 39th st. 
K 515 
K 509 


East 43d St. 
K 300 
K 557 


East 46th St. 
K 201 


East 49th St. 
K 237 


East 51st St. 
K 506 
K 524 


INDEX OF WELLS BY stREETS (CONT.) 


East 87th St. 
X 193 
K 537 


East 93d St. 
K 247 


East 98th S t. 
K 516 
K 520 
K 533 


East New York 
Ave. 
X 134 
K43 
K 41 


Edwards St. 
X 661 


Eldert St. 
'X 44 


Emerson Pl. 
K 594 
I K 487 
I' K 101 
I Erasmus St. 
K 522 
K 527 
K 499 


Ever g reen Ave. 
K 36 
K 42 
K 406 


Farr aJ; u t Rd. 
K 581 
K 511 
K 518 
X 194 
K 557 


Ferris st. 
K 705 


Flatbush Ave. 
K 320 
K 17 


I F
atbush Ave. 
i
 ont. ) 
K 272 
K'18 
K 19 
K 697 
K 301 
K 298 
, K'325 
K 347 
K'246 
K 195 
K 6 
K 581 
K 198 
I K 304 
K 577 


Flatbush Ave. 
E Jf t. 
K 12 
K 728 
K 730 
K 16 
I K 66C 
I 
I F 
 ect St. 
K 260 
I K 184 
F 
 o Y d st. 
K 466 


F 
 ushin i2: Ave. 
I K 663 
K 81 
,K 83 
K 26 
K 27 
K 279 
I K 6,1 
I K 326 
I K 62 
K '592 
K '6C 
I K ,591 
, 
Fo i rce Tube Ave. 
K 1543 
I 
Forrest St. 
K 236 
K 36 


156 


Fort Greene Pl. 
K 105 
K 125 


Fort Hamilton 
Pa.r kwaY 
K 308 
I K 541 
I Foster Ave. 
K 502 
I K 505 
K 532 
I K 534 
I K 500- 
K 515 
K 509 
K 504 
K 303 
K 537 


Fountain Ave. 
K 46 
I K 538 
I Franklin Ave. 
K 100 
K 232 
K 526 


Front st. 
K 72 
K 265 
K 71 
K 671 
K 264 


Ful ton st. 
K 472 
K 112 
K 271 
K 340 
K 309 
K 11 
K 261 
K 276 
K 117 
K 259 
K 257 
K 320 
K 660 
K 272 
K 104 



157 


INDEX OF WELLS BY S
TS (CONT,) 


Fu1ton'St. ( Cont. ) 
K 23 
K 131 
K 133 
K 488 
X 140 
Ie 141 


Fur 
 an St. 
K 113 
K 642 
K 641 
K 640 
X 708 


Gardner Ave. 
K 47 
K 675 
X 591 


Gate sAve. 
K 96 
X 90 


Geo r
 ia Ave. 
K 136 


Gerritson Ave. 
K 371 


Glonmore Ave. 
X 428 


Gold st. 
K 69 
K 264 
K 730 


Graham Ave. 
K 637 


Grand Ave. 
K 102 
K 103 
K 97 
K 129 


Grand st. 
X 56 


I Grant Ave. 
K 141 


G r een s t. 
Ie 682 
K 710 


Groeno Ave. 
K 88 
K 89 


Gree n'P o1nt 4v e. 
X 711 


Hall St. 
K 81 
K 82 


Ham ilton Ave. 
K 233 
K 703 
K 714 


Han so n Pl. 
K 18 
K 105 


Harman St, 
X 87 


Harri son Ave. 
K 434 
I K 64' 
I 


Harri son Pl. 
X 239 
K 460 
K 591 


Hart Pl. 
X 231 


Hemlock S t . 
K 139 


Hen ry st. 
KIll 
K 700 
K 701 


Hicks S t . 
K 112 
K 722 
KIlO 


H1 
:q. S t . 
E 709 


J p S t. 
Ie 
85 
X 265 
K 723 


H1n ,d ale St. 
K 135 
K 428 
K 553 


J o hnr st. 
K 662 
K 685 
K 70 
K 69 


Ho p e St, 
Ie 53 


How ard 
v e. 
K 254 


,J o hnso n Av e , 
K 403 
K 182 
K 179 
K 180 
K 181 
K 583 


H oy t S t . 
K 276 
K 116 
K 694 
X 725 
K 345 


Jo hp s o n St , 
K 108 


HUd , on Ave. 
K 69 
K 263 
K 15 
K 76. 


J Oi\a;L 0mon St. 
K 
135 


Junius st. 
K 154 
K 153 
K 149 
K 146 


Humboldt S t . 
K 678 
K 72 t l 
K 426 


I ¥r aham S t . 
K 59 


K an e S t . 
K 585 


Irvin 
 Ave. 
K 44 
K 299 


Ke ap S t . 
K664 
K 666 
K 667 
K 670 
K 672 


Irwin S t . 
K 205 


Jackson S t . 
K 691 


ICen t Ave. 
K 48 
K 458 
K 275 
K 183 
K 28 
K 100 


Jamaic e. Ave. 
K 543 
K 138 
K 139 


K1 n.e:s Hi g hw aY 
K 303 
K 175 



158 


INDEX OF WELLS 13Y STREETS (CONT.) 


King s Highw€l3' Livingston St. 
Cy Av e. 
1 tf
 ton i t. 
(Cont. ) (Cont. ) K 53 
X 341 X 116 K 54 
K 295 K 276 K 67 J4 1 dWt?'<\
St . 
K 575 K 117 K 65 1 301 
K 290 K 29 
K1 n£ sland Ave. 1 277 K 33 14111 A.ve. 
K 692 K 17 K 466 K 464 
K 579 X 235 
K 679 
l von l a Ave. K 443 M111 St. 
1 461 K 327 K700 
K 619 Marion st. K 720 
Laf ay et to Ave. X 604 
K 659 Locust Ave. Miller Ave. 
K 706 K 5 M arke t Ave. K 497 
K 98 1 200 K 665 
M o ffa.t 
 t. 
L ee Ave ." Lombardy St. Mas p eth Ave. K 299 
K 666 K 461 K 67' 
K 675 Mon1 t or S ty - 
Leonard st. Lorimer st. K 555 
K 403 K 691 M au.1 or S t. . 
K 715 K 724 Mo n t 
 e St. 
Lowi sAve. K 29 K 57 1640 
K 94 K 33 K 58 
K 92 Mo n t 
 om0 ry S t . 
X 91 Lorrrdne Ave. Moeker Ave. K 32'9 
K 38 K 680 K 690 
Kl33 I K 555 Montroso Ave. 
I Lott .\vo. K 679 K 637 
Lexin 
 ton ,Ave. K 1.17 K 461 
K 97 I K 148 I K 689 Mor 
 an Ave . 
, K 
1-13 K 552 K 677 
K 369 K 189 Melrose S t . K 58 
K 38 K 42 K 60 
Loui SD.. St. 
Libert y Ave. K 51C Meserole St. Morrell st. 
I K 135 - K 37 K 61 
K 136 Lou! siana Ave. K 602 
K 137 K 590 M.v rtle Av e. 
K 218 Metro olitan Ave. K 340 
Linden B:brd. K 52 K 730 
K 600 Lu q uecr S t . K 185 K 78 
K 146 K 703 K 673 K 661 
K 680 K 678 K 106 
Main st. K 266 K 658 
Little Nassau St. K 4t-14 K 24 
K 28 K 72 Motz St. K 101 
K 68 K 95 
Livin f; ston S t . Manhat tan Ave 
, K 235 
K 115 K 710 Midd aJ?: h S t. . K 35 
! K 261 K 690 K 111 K 94 
I K 63 K 88 



j Ne-ptUne Ave . 
I K 1 
, . 
I K 450 
K 433 


Nevins St. 
K 17 
K 277 
K 656 
K 119 
K 118 
K 655 
K 121 


1 1'iew Dock st . 
I K 684 
f 
i 


Newk. 
 
k Ave. 
I K 523 
K :302 
I 
I l
ew UtrecLlt Ave . 
! K 296 
I K 285 
I K 635 
I l
ew York Ave . 
I K 131 
I K 32 
! K 50C 
I K 534 
K 198 


Nichols Ave . 
K 140 


, Norman Ave . 
K 579 


North Renr;; St . 
K 692 


North 6th St . 
K 61 
I K 491 
Eorth 7th st . 
K 388 


North lOtll st. 
K 48 
' I K 30 
K 463 


INDEX OF WELls S BY STREETS (C01"T.) 


I I north 11th St . 
K 49 
I North 12th St . 
K 49 


Nostrand Aye . 
K 279 
K 30 
K 586 
K 517 
K 528 
K 302 
K 505 


Oakland st . 
K 465 


OcetlIl Parkwa;i 
I K 523 
I K 229 
" Oce
.n Vi8w Ave. 
I K 187 

 K 207 
t K ')')8 
I K 209 
I K 206 
! 


I 
I Oral1
e St !... 
1 K 716 
I K 388 
r 
i Oriental Blvd . 
I K 205 
I Pacific St . 
K 19 
K 20 
K 21 
K 127 
K 128 
K 132 


P?ic:1ge Ave . 
K 713 
! Park Ave. 
! K 15 
i y. 729 
I K 80 
! K 79 
I K 82 


Park Ave. (Cont.) 
K 83 
K 594 
K 487 
K 25 
K 278 
K 30 


Parkside Ave . 
R 528 


poarl st . 
I K 73 
pierrepont st . 
K 109 
K 353 
K 271 


Pino
;:t"?p1e St . 
K 341 
I K 274 
K 110 
I Pionoer St . 
I Ie 704 
I 
I 
I Pi tkin Ave . 
I K 43 
: X 335 
I 
f (-' 7 '''' 
I t:I. ;) '.:' 
I 
I K 154 
I K 240 
Plymouth st . 
I K 14 
Popl:).r St . 
K 112 


Porter Ave . 
K 239 


President St
 . 
I K 233 
I K 668 
K 123 


Prospect Park 
I West 
K 155 
, 


159 


Prospect st. 
K 73 
K 723 


Pulaski St . 
K 93 


Quentin Rd . 
K 341 
K 580 


O:u1ncy St . 
K 707 


Ralph Ave. 
K 488 


Randolph st . 
K 583 


Reid Ave. 
K 604 


Remsen Ave. 
K 537 


Richards St.. 
i K 159 
I 
Richardson St . 
K 462 
K 690 


Richmond st. 
K 138 


Ri
,:;e Blvd . 
K 173 
I , ' Rochester Ave . 
K 39 
I 
I Rockaway Ave . 
K 147 
K 148 


Rockwell Pl.. 
K 659 


no <!nay St. 
K 331 
K 687 



Roeblin p;: st. 
K 185 


R 

 ers Ave. 
K 323 
K 517 


Rutland Rd. 
X 50? 
K 519 
K 52
 
X 516 
K 533 


I Ru.t1e d, :;e St. 
K 434 
I B,y erson st. 
K 83 


I 
ohns Pl. 
K 120 
K..40 
K 134 


st. Marks Ave. 
K 129 


Sands st. 
K 74 
K 75 


S8.ra.to g r
 Ave. 
K 43 
K 335 
K 327 


Schenck Ave. 
K 137 


Schenec t:
 d.y Ave. 
K 132 
I l K 41 
K 2C1 
. 


Schermerhorn St. 
K 656 
,: 119 
! 
I Scho1.:' s St. 
I "([ /1 ') '" 
I .n. '":I:f...O 
, 


160 


INDEX OF WELLS BY STREEl'S (CONT.) 


Scott Ave. 
K 188 
X 602 
X 583 


Seba Ave. 
K 371 


Shawnet S t . 
X 713 


Sheffield Ave 
K 136 


She p herd Ave. 
K 143 
K 1..12 


Skillman st. 
Ie 27 
K 26 
K 256 


Smi th St. 
K 11 
K 261 
K 654 
K 702 
K .347 
K 9 


South 1st S t . 
K 672 


South 2d st. 
K 458 
K 54 


South 5th st 
K 670 


South 6th St 
K 686 


South 9th St 
K 275 
K 183 
K 67 


stD 
 st. 
K 715 


stan l e y Av e. 
X 590 
X
8 


Th ro o p Av o. 
K 249 


starr s t. 
K 86 


T i l d en Ave. 
X 195 
K 6 


Steuben st. 
X 24 


Till ary S t . 
X 728 
K 76 


Stockholm st. 
K 85 
K 593 


Townsend S t . 
X 47 
K 188 


stockton st. 
X 235 
X 255 


Tro y Ave. 
K 253 
K 507 
X 519 


Stone Ave. 
K 552 


stricklFtlld Ave. 
K 464 


Turner Pl. 
X 512 


St uy vesant Ave. 
X 38 


Union Ave. 
X 462 
K 673 
K 56 
K 55 


Sulli VD.n Pl. 
X 232 
K 526 
K 323 
K 517 


Utica Ave. 
K 329 
K 41 
K 521 
X 514 
X 303 


Sumnor Ave. 
K 35 
K 93 
K 269 


Van Brunt St. 
K 585 
K 114 
K 457 


Surf Ave. 
K 178 
K 177 
K 318 
K 176 


Van Buren st. 
K 91 


Sutter Ave. 
K 
 /.5.3 
Ie 192 


Vanderbilt Ave , 
X 128 
X 459 


TMffe Pl. 
K 84 


Vandorvoat Ave. 
X 266 



; 'y 
ndcrcn A.ve. 
! }: 2.10 
: Y.: 151 
! K 150 
I K 619 
I y 
,rc t St . 
I K 63 
! 
.: 4 5!
 
i 
,. .......3 
Ii,.. Dr 
I V.:trick st . 
I K 689 
K 59 
I K 460 
I Walworth St . 

{ 95 


Wa.rren St . 
K 725 
I W !',shin
;ton .Ave . 
K 79 
I 
I 
I Washin
ton st . 
i K 062 
i K 72 
! I: 108 
I 
! Water st 
 
I K 684 
i K 44.:1 
i 1: 14 
I Wc
ver1y _
yc. 
! K 80 
i K 23 
I 
I 
! West St . 
I K 682 
I 
I 
I West 9th St . 
i K 158 
I 
I West 11th st . 
!IC 176 
I 
i Wost 12th St. 
I l: 450 
I i: 230 


161 
INDEX Q.'F 1'EL:;:S BY STREETS (C01\IT.) 
West 17th st. 1st Ave. 4 th AV O. ( Cont. ) 
K 318 K 164 K 7 
K 165 K 699 
t WGs t 21s t St . K 166 K 576 
K 1 I K 170 
K 177 K 171 5th Ave. 
t K 439 X 657 
West 23d St. K 695 K 124 
, K 178 K 252 
2d Ave. K 251 
I Wh1 te St. K 638 K 316 
K 179 K 1 :;4 K 584 
I K 180 K 165 K 319 
K 181 I K 344 K 576 
K 182 I K 469 
K 169 5th st. 
Willoup:hb:\' Ave. K 646 
I K 102 2d Pl. 
I K 669 6th Ave. 
I K 84 K 20 
; K 92 i 
I I 2d St. K 719 
, I K 345 
I . st. K 172 
I Willo Ut; 11b 
 r 
I K 309 I K 653 K 718 
6 th st. 
I Willow s t. 13d Ave. 
K 274 I
 120 K 6
.1:5 
'j I K l2? K 648 
I Wil son Ave. I K 721 7tl1 J..v e. 
I K 593 'f: 1

3 
'7' /.53 K 3 
I K 85 I.... I,) 
t K 88 ; K 651 ! K 341 
I 
 K 645 
I I K 639 7th st. 
! Wortma.n Ave. 
f K 143 I K 160 K 647 
, 
I K 142 i K 161 
I K 163 8th Av e. 
I ! K 712 
I V ly ck.Q.ff Ave. K 696 
I K 8 
, K 86 ! K 693 
K 87 t K 245 
I Wy ckoff St. ! 3 4 St. IK244 
! K 345 
K 694 i K 10 8 th St. 
: K 651 K 638 
i Wy onD. st. ! Z 652 K 649 
I 
I K 192 I K 650 
I 
I " y the Ave. ! 4th Ave. K 252 
I 
! K 652 
I K 646 9th st. 
I K 51 I K S
le 
I K 664 I K 9 
i K 649 I K 696 
! York St. ! K 650 
I 
I K 7" I K 727 
, I.J 
: K 13 I K 726 

 



162 
I
!mX OF WELLS BY STREETS ( CONT . ) 
1 

th Ave. 42 d st. 76t p St. 
K 196 K 166 K 584 
I{ 285 K 165 
82 <1, St. 
13th Ave. 43d st. K 718 
K 197 K 166 
K 636 K344 86th St. 
K 251 K 319 
13th st. K 197 K 328 
K 714 
K 639 46th ;; t. 92d'St. 
K 245 K 712 
14th Ave. K 296 K 576 
K 234 
47th st. 96th st. 
14th st. K 469 K 693 
K 155 
49th st. 
17th Ave. K 170 
K 4 K 169 
K 635 
55th St. 
18th Ave. K 171 
K 311 
58th St. 
19th St. K 695 
K 8 I K 439 
20th .Ave. i 
60th st. 
I K 328 K 2 ' 14 
32d St. 62d St. 
K 160 I K 172 
K 161 K 3 
I f
 727 
I 64th St. 
133d St. I K 4 
K 698 K 311 
K 161 I 65th st. 
I 36th st. I K 6-l-4 
K 163 ! 
I K 196 67th st. 
K 510 K 308 
38th St. 72d st. 
K 7 K 173 
K 726 K 636 
I K 234 
! 
1 I ::1th st. 
14Cth St. . J.'.. 699 
K 164 i K 316 
K 719 I K 541 
I 



Owner 


Ac1.ron. A.. Corp. 


Abraham & Straus 


Acme B
ths 


Acme Ice Cream Co. 


.Addi e Co. 




sh Refining Corp. 


.lU br-, Then t er 


Albee Tho
.t\.;r, R.K.O. 


.Allied Do.iry 


Amb
ss
dor The
ter 


American Cnn Co. 


Amcric
 Mol
sscs Co. 
of N.Y. 


INDEX OF \1'£LLS BY OWNERS 


\1all 
N o . 


Owner 


K 180 


B.P,O.E. 


. ' 
LllS' 


Baker, I. C. 


K 199 


Baker s Exchange 


X 433 


Balch Price & Co. 


K 325 


Baldinger, Louis & Sons, 
Inc. 


X 469 


Batterman, H. 


X 3
6 


B
 Ridge Dock CO.,Inc, 


X 260 


BG
ch Associ
tion 


K 28 


do. 


K,327 


Beecham 


X 344 


163 


Well 
N o. 


K 115 
K 99 
K 459 


X 11 


K 434 


K 62 


K 439 


X 220 


X 222 


X 99 


Bedford The!1.tcr, Loews K 31 


K 159 


Bodford Br
ch Y.M.C.A. 


luncric
Jl S'Ug".,r Refining Co.X 458 


Bee Hive IVgeia 


Americ"'n Tobncco Co. 


Arr.,bol Mfg. Co. 


.Atkinson .(. Co. 


Atlf.'lltic Ice Co. 


Atl
ntic Storage W
re- 
housing Corp. 


Atlantic Yc
st Corp. 


l
stor Theater 


Avenue D The.
tcr 


Avonue P OpcrD.ting Co. 


Avenue U The
t0r 


K 30 


Bpnder, B. 


K 279 


Benson Theater 


K 278 


Berkshire The
ter 


K 39 


Bischoff, F., Co. 


Blumberg, D. t & Son 


K 586 


Blythebourne Water Co. 


K 459 


Boh
ck, H.C., Co., Inc. 


K 246 


X 96 


X 38 


X 55 


K 328 


K 244 


K 74 


K 190 


X 541 


X 89 


K 300 


Bommer Spring Hinge Co. K 84 


Bonomo Ice Cream Co. 


K 174 


Borden Co. 


X 582 


do. 


X 433 
K 97 


X 104 


.... 
./ 



Owner 


Borden Co. 


Ib
 


Boro Pro-k Bn.ths 


Boro Park Tho
tcr, Lowes 


Bawcys, Inc. 


Brttss Gooi s Mfg. Co. 



rcs1in Lumber 00. 


Brighton Towcr 


Bri sto1 }f
ers 


Bro
dwRY ThoP,t r. Lorro s 


Brookl

 Boro G
s Co. 


Brooklyn Daily E
glo 


Brooklyn Rapid Transit Co. 


Do. 


Brooklyn Union 

s Co. 


Bun t ing Rero.1 t
r 


Bush Termin
l Co. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do. 


Bushwi ck The[',ter 


Butchers 
ssoci
tion of 
N.Y. 


Butler Bros. 


164 


INDEX OF WELLS BY 01l'NERS (CONT , ) 


;7ell 
No , 


K 120 


K 137 


K 197 


K 285 


K 278 


K 44 


K 464 


K 218 


K 98 


K 255 


K 450 


K 108 


K 651 


K 653 


K 435 


K 2 ;-
4 


K 160 


K 161 


K 163 


K 164 


K 170 


K 254 


K 15 


K 457 


Owner 


C 
.bin Grill 


C
,1mb!lck 'Re!;'
 ty Co. 


Cameron Machine Co. 


qampbe11 Milk & Cream 
Can
rsie Pumping Station 


On.narsie Thc!:'.ter 


O
rbondale N. y, 00. 


Ct:trro11 Thoater 


C!:'vrstons & Canniker 


Cl'.scr.de L!\undry 


Onto Milk 00. 


C
vD..nr\gh, J.. Corp. 


Do. 


Do. 


Contr

 Brp...nch, Y.M.O.A. 


Centr
l Ice Co., Inc. 


ChMdler Oil Cloth &: 
Bu.ckr am 


Ch!1Td
,rognG. H. S. Dairy 


Ohicffctz & Greenberg 


Cl
rk Henry Corp. 


Commodore The!\.t er 


Commonwc[\.l th Chemic!',l Co. 


Coney Islt\Ild Ice Co. 


Congress Brewery 


Well 
No. 


K 298 
K 211 


K 112 


K 104 


K 637 


K 247 


K 189 


K 329 


K 459 


K 235 


K 147 


K 53 


K 73 


K 185 


K 105 


K 299 


K 163 


K 345 


K 263 


K 110 
K 331 


K 121 


K 3 


X 426 



INmX OF WELLS :BY OWNERS (CONT.) 


Owner 


Congress Theater 


Conron Bro s. 


Continental Container Corp. 
Crescent Athletic Club 


Crescent Farms, Inc. 


Cypress Hills Swimming 
Pool, Inc. 


]):\iry Products of N. Y. 


Dangler & Co. 


Dangler-Kruss Corp. 


Darby Development Co. 


Davis, D. I. 


Day, J. P. 


Debevoisc, 


Do Haven Plant 


Delia Wasto Products Corp. 


Desbrook Coal & Ice 


Diana Candy Co. 


Diamond Candle Co. 


Dime Savings Bank 


Diogenes Brewery 


Deehler D.fe Casting Co. 


Dressler, Geo., Co. 


Jqer SUpply Co. 


1Qker Thcater 


lell 
No. 


K40 


K 125 


K 594 


X 109 
K 143 


K 139 


K 465 


K 95 


K 95 


K 217 


K 113 


K 342 


K 106 


K 472 


K 253 


K 4 


K 86 


K 266 


K 184 


K 36 


K 158 


K 27 


K 169 


K 319 


Owner 


Eagle Publishing Co, 


Eakins, J. S.t & W. R. 


Eas tern Brewing Co. 


Eastern Farm Products 
00., Inc.. 


Eastern N. Y, Marble Co. 


Ebling Brewing Co. 


Ehret, G' t Brewery Inc. 


Eisenberg Farms, Inc. 


Elbee Chocolate Co., ,nc. 


Electro-Neon Sign Co. 


Elke Chocolate Co. 


Elks Club 


Empire Candle Works, Inc. 


Empire City Brewing Co., 
Inc. 


Empire Malt Corp. 


Empire State Dair.y 


Endicott Theater 


Enterprise Theater 


Equity Marble Co. 


Eskimo Pic of New York 


Euclid Candy Co. 


Do. 


165 


lel1 
No , 


X 108 


X 463 
137 


K 465 


K 552 


K 10 


K42 
K 153 
K 183 


K 454 
K 183 


K 115 


K 639 


K 583 
K 345 
K 137 


K 636 


X 5?5 


K 552 
K 13 
It 264 


K 403 


Evans, W .M. t Dairy Co., Inc.' It 141 


Evans, William 


Excelsior Brewe
 


K 97 


X 93 



INDEX OF IELLS BY STDETS (CONT.) 


Owner 


Exlax, Inc. 


Fa.nq Farmer Candy Shop s t 
Inc. 


Farragut Pool, Inc. 


Feltman Restaurant 


Ferndale Farms, Inc. 


Fisher Bros. 


Flagg Court 


Flatbush HYgeia Ice Co. 


Flatbush Theater 


Force, William, Co. 


Fort Green Garage 


Ft. Greene Refrigerating 
Service, Inc. 


Fortw
r Theater 


Fox Theater 


Franklin Brewcr,y 


Friedland 


Fulton Playhouse 


Gair, Robert, Corp. 


Garden Association 


Gardinc Lucas 


Gates Theater, Loewe 


Gelbing Candle 


General Linen Supp
 & 
Laundr,y Co., Inc. 


Well 
N o. 
X 118 


K 98 


I 194 
K 176 


K 135 


K 47 


I 173 


K 232 


I 325 


K 140 


I 19 


I 125 


K 308 


K 17 


I 26 


K 215 


I 257 


I 72 


K 206 


I 264 


I 90 


I 454 


K 235 


Owner 


Geni teen Beach 


Gerst, D. 


Giorgio Ice Corp. 


Glendale Consumer. I.e 


Glenwood 
eater 


Goebel t .A.., & Sons 


Goldstein 


Go tham PaOking Co. 


Gravesend Pumping Station 


Great Laundr.v Co. 


166 


'1,11 
N9. 


X 371 
K 224 
K 189 
X 406 
X 581 
X 60 
K 219 
X 181 
K 535 
X 154 " 


Greenfield, E., Candy Co. K 29 


Greenpoint Properties, Inc. 


Grossman Shoe Co. 


Grozinger. Chris, 


Guardino Ice Cream Co. 


Gutta percha Rubber Co. 


Hall St. Cold Storage Co. 


Hanan & Son, Inc. 


Harbor Theater 


Haske1 & Sons 


Heinlein Stone Co. 


Hepp, L. 


Hittleman Brewe
 


Hoffman Restaurant 


Holland Farms, Inc. 


K 214 
K 103 
K 85 


K 94 


K 27 


K 81 


I7l 
K 576 


I 460 


I 123 


K584 


X 37 
I 335 
K 553 


I 
-' 



INDEX OF WELLS BY OWNERS. (CONT. ) 


Owner 


Hollywood Theater 


Bomack Construction Corp. 


Do. 


Horace Cafe & Restaurant 


Horn & Hardart Co. 


Hotel Margaret 


Hotel st, George 


Hotel Towers 


Howard & Fuller Brewing Co. 


Hubbard Realty Co. 


Huber, J. M., Inc. 


Humzyuski 


Well 
No. 


K 635 


K 295 


K 300 


K 298 
K 309 


K 388 


K 110 


K 274 


K 14 


K 213 


K 172 


K 208 


Hygrade Food Products Corp. K 85 


Ice Mfg. Co. 


Ideal Toy & Novelty Co. 


Independent Candy Co, 


Independent Hal vall 


India Wharf Brewery 


Interboro. Beverage 


International Provision Co. 


Joels Restaurant 


Do. 


Jones Bros. 


Jones Bros. Tea Co. 


K 461 


K 240 


K 59 . 


K 59 


K 233 


K 42 


K 114 


K 271 
K 277 


K 265 


K 265 


Owner 


X & 0 Co, 


Kqaer Silk Co, 
Kenmoss Realty 00. 


Kennedy. David E., Inc. 


Kenyon Co. 


Kelly & SnTder 


Kiefer, Joseph, 'Inc. 


Ki lokow 


Kings 3rewery, Inc. 


Kings C.ount7 Gas Co. 


Kings County Ice & JUs1 Co. 
Kings County Refrigera- 
ting Co. 


Kings Theater, Loews 


Kingsw
 Theater 


Kirkman Soap Co. 


Kirsch, H, & Co. 


Kishner 


Kismet Thea.ter 


Knickerbocker Ice Co. 


!k>, 
D:>. 


Do. 


!O. 


Do, 


!b. 


I
7 


.,Well 
1 10, 


1;124 
K100 
K 229 
1{638 
K 439 


Ie 79 


K 497 


K 227 


K 93 
Kl7l 
K 619 


X 82 


K 6 


K 295 
K 14 


X 592 
K 209 


K 249 


K 149 
K 196 
K 198 
1200 
It 202 
X 204 
K231 



I '. 


INDEX OF WELLS BY OWNERS (CONT.) 


Owner 


Knickerbocker Ice Co. 


Ib. 


Do. 


Knox Hats 


Kornblum, Meyer 


Kroder Reubel Co., Inc. 


Lakel

d Properties 


Lehman, C., Packing Co. 


. 


Leverick Towers 


Levy, A. 


Liebman Brewor
. 


Linden Farms Milk & Cream 
Co ., Inc. 


Lipoff 


Loeser, Fredrick & Co. 


Long Island Railroad 


Lorimer Realty Corp. 


Lotz Cleaners 


Lubinson, S. 


Ludwig, A., Co. 


Mac Levy, M. 


Malcolm Brewing Co. 


Maltine Co. 


Manhattan Beach Baths 


Mantel, J., Dairy 


Well 
No. 


K 258 


K 461 


K 557 


K 129 


K 182 


K 555 


K 223 


K 179 


K 274 


K 15 


K 36 


.K 248 


K 228 


K 117 


K 7C8 


K 29 


K 133 


K 192 


K 65 


K 199 


K 26 


K 8 


K 205 


K 143 


Owner 


Mantrose Corp. 


Marcy Operating Co. 


Marcy Ave. Y. M. C. A. 


Margaret Hotel 


Marine Theater 


Ilason, Au, & Magenhe imer 


Mason1s Candy Co. 


May's Department Store 


;!
s Furs & Ready-to-Wear 


McDermott Dairy 


EcGratty & Sons 


McGratty Stono Works 


McKesson & Robbins 



168 


'
ll 
N o . 


K lq5 
K 64: 


, 
K 6,7 
K 388 


K 304 


KIll 
KIll 


I{ 259 


K 259 


K 19 


K 122 


K 122 


K 463 


Meadow Gold Products Corp, K 28 


Melba Theater, Loews 


Meltzer & Son 


K 290 


Kl50 


Mergenthaler Linotype Co. K 83 


Mergenthaler-Tritzler 


Mermaid Construction Co. 


Metro Chocolate Co. 


K 83 


K 347 


K 106 


Metropolitan Theater, Loews K 261 


Michel Brewer.y K 10 


Michel Ice Co. 


Iv
illbak Trucking Supply Co. 


Mill Basin Asphalt Corp. 


K 1 


K 577 


K 577 



INDEX OF tELLS BY OWIERS (CONT.) 


Owner 


Modern Ice 


Mohican Tu.be Co 
 
Mollenhauer Sugar Refin- 
ing Co. 


Montel Realty Co. 


Monti-Van Iderstine, Inc. 


Montrose Corp. 


Morrell, John & Co. 


Murcott & Campbell 


Nagle, W. H., Inc. 


Namm store 


National Candle Co, 


National Lead Co. 


1):). 


National Licorice Co. 


National Meter Co. 


Navy branch Y. M. C. A. 


NaViJ Dc::n1,rtt1e:J. t 


Neptune Consumers Ice Co. 


Nevin£:! , lnc. 


New Bat
 Co., Inc, 


New Lots Pumping Station 


NeVlIIlark. P. B. 


New York Butchers .issn. 


New York, City of, Board 
of Eclucation 


.. ell 
No. 


K35 


K 602 


K 458 


X 221 


K 76 


K 165 


K 48 


K 462 


K 182 


K 276 


K 56 


K 69 


K 464 


K 70 


K 166 


K 75 


Owner 


New York, 01 ty oft Board 
of Transportation 


ro. 


Ik>. 


Ik>. 


to. 


Ik>. 


Ik>. 


Do. 


Do. 


Do, 


!b. 


!b. 


!b. 


!b, 


Ik>. 


Do. 


New York, Ci ty I)f; Board 
K 674 of Water Supply 


K 461 D:> . 


K 277 D::> . 


K 353 Do. 


K 538 Do. 


K 68 IX> . 


K 15 !b . 


K 715 


Do. 


169 


l'e11 
No. 


K 685 
K 693 


K 696 


K 697 
K 706 


K 707 


K 710 


K 712 
K 713 


K 716 


K 718 
K 719 


K 722 


K723 


K 726 


K72:1 


K654 


K 655 


K 656 


K 657 
K658 


K 661 


K 663 


1664 




?O 


INDEX 0]' U
LS BY OWNERS (CONT.) 
Owner Well .ell 
No. Owner No. 
New York, City of, Board New York, City of, Board 
of Water 
pply (Cont.) K 665 of Water SUpply I 729 
J)). K 686 Ii>. K730 
Do. I 667 . IX>. I 731 
Ib, I 668 New York, City ot, Depart- 
ment of Br1Qg88 X 662 
J)). I 669 
J». K 684 
IX> , K 670 
New York, City of, Depart- 
1>::>. K 671 men t of Docks K 686 
Ib. K 672 IX>. K 688 
IX:>. I 673 ID. K 692 
Ib. K 675 1):). X 695 
1>::>. K 676 1X>. X 698 
Do. K 677 !b. K 705 
1». K 678 ID. K 711 
Do. K 679 New York, Oi ty of, Depart- 
ment of Water ,Supply, Gas, 
Do. K 687 & Electricity K 371 
Do. K 690 Ib. K 535 
Do, K 691 Ib. I 537 
Do. K 694 Do. K 538 
Do. I 702 Ik>. K543 
IX>. K 703 IX>. K 643 
1». I 7C9 Do. K644 
1». I 717 Do. K 645 
1>::>. X 721 D:>. K 648 
Do. 'X 725 D:>. X 647 
Do. I 728 Do. 1648 



171 
INDEX OF WELLS :BY OWNERS (CONT.) 
Owner Well Owner Well 
N q . No. 
New York, C1 ty of, Depart- New York Water Service Corp. 
ment of Water Supply, Gas, ( Con t . ) K 508 
& Electricity (Cont.) K 649 
D:>. K 509 
Ik>. K 650 
Do. K 5io 
Ib. K 652 
D:>. K 511 
Do. K 680 
Ik>. X 512 
Do. X 689 
Do, X 513 
New York Dairy Products K 465 
Do. K 514 
New York Distillers Corp. K 585 
Do. K 515 
New York Eskimo Pie Corp. K 13 
Do. K 516 
New York Housing Assn. K 700 
Do. K 517 
Lb. K 701 
D:>. X 518 
Ik>. K 704 
Do. K 519 
roe X 714 
Do. K 520 
Lb. Ie 720 
Do. K 521 
New York Housing Authority Z 724 
Lb. K 522 
New York 
inine & Chemical 
Works K 49 Do. X 523 
New York Veal & Mutton Co. X 51 Do. K 524 
New York Water Service Corp. K 500 Do. X 525 
Do. K 501 Do. K 526 
Do. l( 502 Do. X 527 
Do. K 503 Do. X 528 
Do. K 504 Do. X 529 
Lb. K 505 D:>. K 530 
DJ. K 506 Do. X 532 
Do. K 507 Do. K 533 



INDEX OF WELLS BY OWNERS (CONT.) 


Owner 


New York Water Service Corp. 
( cont. ) 


Well 
No. 


K534 


News Syndicate Co., Inc. K 20 
North American Brewing Co. K 88 


Norwood. Bros. 


Novia Candy Co. 


Obermeyer-Liebman 


Oceania Theater 


Old Dutch Brewers, Inc. 


Orpheum. Theater, R.K.O. 


Ort & Co., !nc. 


Paramount Ice Co. 


Paramount Theater 


Park Theater 


Parkway Cafeteria 


Pathe Freres 


Pathe Phonograph 


Patio Theater 


Peoples Hyoeia Ice 


pfizer Chemical Co. 


Phoenix Hermatic 


Phoenix Metal Cap Co., Inc. 


Piel Bros. 


Pierpont Restaurant Corp. 


Pitkin Theater, Loewe 


K 91 
K86 


K 36 


K 210 


K 557 


K 272 
K 87 


K 24 
f If 
K 251 
K 578 
K 83 
K 8; 


K ;01 
K 406 
K 64 
K 234 
K 234 
K 136 


K 211 
K 43 


Owner 


Poert & Posner 


Pratt Institute 


Prospeot Theater 


Provinoial Distillery, 
Ltd., Ino. 


Prudent Management Corp. 


Purity Bakeries 


Putnam Coal & Ice 


Quebracho Extract Co. 


Quentin Theater 


172. 


Well 
No. 


K 187 


K 102 


K 252 


K236 
K499 


K 132 


K 21 


K682 
K580 


Randall, William, & Son, 
Inc. K 78 


Raps1l Construction Co. 


Do. 


Reid Ioe Cream Co, 


Reliance Beef Co. 


Renken Dairy Co. 


Rex Ioe Co. 


Rhelngold Brewery 


Rigney & Co. 


Ritz Theater 


Roberts Numbering Machine 
Co. 


Rockwood Chocolate Co. 


Rogers Theater 


Rohman Bode 


Ie 499 


Kl99 
K 23 
K488 


K 101 


X 193 
K;6 
K 487 
K 245 


K 138 
K80 
K 323 
K 239 



113. 


INDEX OF WELLS BY OWNERS (CONT.) 
Owner Well Owner Well 
No. No. 
Rosenberg, J ., Sons Kl88 Russ1an Baths K 134 
Rosoff Co. K 58 Do. K 191 
Royal Baking Powder Co. K9 
Saohs Dairy K 553 
Rubel Ice Corp. 
l 
Sachti Ice Cream Co. K 28 
Do. K2 
Sacks Dairy K 553 
Do. K3 
Safety Night Light Co. X '7 
Do. x4 
st. George Hotel X liO 
Do. X7 
St. John's Un1versity X 92 
Do. K 10 
BaltseX' & Weinsier, Inc. K 573 
Do. K 21 
Sanders, R., Theater X 155 
Do. K 32 
Sands St. Y .M.C .A. X 75 
Do. K 33 
Savoy Theater K 130 
Do. K 35 
Scandore Paper Box Co. X 594 
Do. K 38 
Schaefer, F. &: M. Brewing 
Do. K 39 Co. X 275 
Do. K 41 Schaefer, Jerry &: George K 583 
Do. K 46 Schnell Russian Baths Kl92 
Do. K 58 Schnibbe, Richard, &: Co. K 52 
Do. K 148 Schnieder, G. K 593 
Do. K 151 Schrader, A., Val va Co. K 22 
Do. K 195 Schl"
ftt Candy Co. X 79 
Do. K 232 Schumera Baths Kl34 
Do. K 233 Seitz Brewery K 57 
Do. K 406 Serota Ice Co., Inc. K 303 
Rusch, Henry K 141 Shapiro & Aaronson K 428 



INDEX OF WELLS BY owmtRS (CONT.) 


Owner 


Sheffield Farms Co., Inc. 


Do. 


Sheffield Ice Cream Co. 


Shrader Valve Co. 


Shultze Beverage Co. 


Silvers Baths 


Sklar, J. Holding Co. 


Socony Va.ouum 011 Co., Ino. 


Sperry Gyroscope Co., Ino. 


Spitzer Realty 


Splendid Laundry Servioe Co. 


S qui b b , E. R., &: Sons 


Do. 


Standard Oil Co. 


Stanley Theater 


State Theater 


steel & Tubes, Inc. 


Stevens Milk Co, 


Sumner Theater 


Supreme Coal & Ice Corp. 


Sweeney Mfg. Co. 


Swift &: Co. 


T. G. & T. Co. 


"'.- 


Tag11abue, C. J., Mfg. Co. 


Tarter Chemical Co. 


Well 
No. 


K 127 


K 131 
K 25 


K 22 


K 50 
K 178 
K 466 
K 579 


K 12 


K 212 


K 237 
K 113 
K 472 
K 579 
K 316 
K 256 
K 602 


K 120 


K 269 
K 443 
K 444 


K 51 


K 426 
K 30 
K9 


Owner 


174. 


Well 
'No. 


1'en !yok Theater 


Tilyou Theater, R.K.O. 


'Fischman-Goodman 


Tittlebaum Baths 


T1vol1 Theater 


Towers Hotel 


Townler, Huso 


Trans Lux Theater 


Do. 


Traymore Theater 


Triangle Theater 


. 
Trommer, J, F. 


'l'roy Laundry 


Tutt1ebaum Baths 


Up-to-date Silk & Yarn 
Dyeing Co. 


u. S. Naval Supply Depot 


u. S. Navy Department 


Van Iderst1ne Co. 


Veal & Mutton Co., N. Y. 


Vi tagraph Corp. 


W. P. &: L. Real tl Corp. 


Waldorf Theater 


Walker Theater 


Wallace &: Co. 


It 637 
K 318 
K 216 
K 61 
K ;40 
K 274 
K99 
K246 


K 257 


K 201 


K ;41 
K 45 
K 235 
K 61 


K464 
K 160 
K 614 


K 76 
K 51 
K5 


K 226 


K 600 
K311 
K 19 



175, 


- "\......._
 


INDEX OF WELLS BY OWNJ.:RS (CONT.) 


Owner 


Well 
No. 


K 128 


Ward Baking Co. 


Wards Bathe 


Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. 


Washington Baths, Inc. 


Weeds Ice C
eam Co. 


Wehman, J. 


Weinberger, Moe 


Weis Stone Co. 


Weil., Joseph, Inc. 


-,"'" 
'.. 



r, G. B. 


Whi te Packing Co. 


Will & Baumer Candle Co. 


.. Williamsburg Ice Co. 
'

 


Williamsburg Befrigera- 
'ting Co., Inc. 


Williamaburgh Savings Bank 


Wilmer Corp. 


Wilson Department Store, 
Inc. 


Woolworth, F. W., Co. 


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